Foreign Policy

The Georgia Democratic legislature arrested for disrupting Governor Kemp’s signing of the electoral law will not be prosecuted

Two weeks ago, Georgia Governor Brian Kemp (R) signed a major bill revising his state’s electoral laws and introducing new restrictions on postal voting.

The legislation was enforced by Georgia’s House and Senate after Kemp and the crooked Foreign Minister turned Georgia over to Democrats in TWO separate elections.

A Georgian lawmaker got angry with Governor Kemp for signing new electoral laws, which she knocked on Kemp’s door, broadcasting his announcement live.

Rep. Park Cannon, Atlanta, was forcibly removed, dragged through the Capitol, and arrested by Georgia State Troopers.

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Cannon was accused of obstructing law enforcement and interrupting General Assembly sessions, according to the Georgia State Patrol.

Fulton District Attorney Fani Willis announced on Wednesday that Ms. Cannon will not be charged.

ABC News reported that after reviewing video evidence, interviewing witnesses and the Capitol Police, Willis had decided to “close this matter” and not bring the case to a grand jury.

“While some Representative Cannon colleagues and the police officers involved may have found their behavior disruptive, such a feeling does not warrant presenting the warrant allegations or other crimes to a grand jury,” the statement said.

The US has a two tier judicial system: one for Democrats and one for Conservatives.

FBI agents raided, molested and detained conservatives who entered the U.S. Capitol on January 6, before dawn, but Cannon, a Democrat, is released.

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