Marjorie Taylor Greene introduces Gov. Kemp, crowd doesn't like him and boos

Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene introduced her own Governor Brian Kemp, a fellow Republican, and the audience booed and heckeled him. It turns out that many of the people there to support the Republican Party don't really like Kemp. Can't imagine why not (joke).

Northwestern Georgia News reported on the event, which was a GOP rally:

Hundreds are expected to gather and show support for the Republican Party at the upcoming Floyd County GOP rally this Saturday.

Gov. Brian Kemp will be one of the first of many speakers at the event, including Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, governor candidates Vernon Jones and Kandiss Taylor, Rep. Jody Hice and U.S. Senate candidate and Agriculture Commissioner Gary Black.

“We’re really grateful that Gov. Kemp can come out and meet people,” Floyd County Republican Party Chair Luke Martin said. “He was in Jekyll Island this past week and really all over the state.”

Martin expects 500 to 700 people to attend based on the registration numbers. The GOP party leader described it as a kickoff event for the upcoming 2022 election, which will determine who will be governor for the next four years and fill other state level positions, such as secretary of state, agricultural commissioner and congressional representatives.


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