Georgia Republican governor Brian Kemp rode President Trump’s coattails to a 2018 victory over radical liberal Stacy Abrams.
So what did he do in return? He gave in to the radical left on election day and afterward, failing to mandate signature verification in Georgia counties.
Needless to say, Kemp isn’t popular with the President, and that translates to a growing lack of popularity among voters. That’s exactly what a shocking new poll shows, with Kemp trailing possible Republican challenger Doug Collins by over 20%.
Check out the poll:
After @realDonaldTrump brought it up at his last #GA rally, our @trafalgar_group #GASen #Runoff #polls started asking #GOP voters about a potential #2022 #GAGOP #Primary for Governor. Results:
6.3% Lean Collins
7.3% Lean Kemp
— Robert C. Cahaly (@RobertCahaly) January 2, 2021
As one Twitter user put it: “A cardboard cutout could beat [Kemp] in the 2022 primary. His political career is over.”
This should be a lesson to weak-kneed Republicans everywhere.