Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp (R) joined The Truth with Lisa Boothe where he discussed a recently passed voting reform law in the Peach State and suggested corporations and activists “do not care about the truth.”
Kemp said he is “not surprised at all” with the left’s reaction to the new law.
“Unfortunately the playbook was written on this a long time ago, so it doesn’t really matter what the truth is to the other side, but it does to us,” Kemp told host Lisa Boothe, saying he is “setting the record straight.”
Kemp also said “people in the middle or people that are confused, you know, somebody is lying to you here and it is not me.” Kemp also reiterated the new bill “makes it easier to vote and hard to cheat.”
“We’re securing drop boxes, we’re expanding early voting opportunities especially on the weekend, we’re making sure that county elections