Unlike the feckless RINOs who plague our government, politically incorrect Georgia gubernatorial candidate Brian Kemp has no qualms about telling the world how he really feels about criminal aliens.
“I’ve got a big truck in case I need to round up criminal illegals and take them home myself,” Kemp, who currently serves as Georgia’s secretary of state, says in a new campaign ad released Wednesday.
“Yup, I just said that,” he adds with a smile.
Note that he referred to criminal illegals, i.e., illegal immigrants convicted of crimes such as theft, rape and murder. Many illegals convicted of serious or violent offenses still remain in the United States because their local jurisdictions refuse to cooperate with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials.
And because Kemp isn’t among these spineless, bleeding-heart saps, the left has already begun labeling him an ignorant racist:
some dude I know was trying to justify Brian Kemp’s stupid and racist actions by saying “it was just a joke” like wtf. people don’t say racist shit bc it’s a joke, people say racist shit bc there RACIST
— geph (@thebigsmell) May 11, 2018
"Secretary of State Brian Kemp calls himself a "politically incorrect conservative"
Let's revise this, shall we? Take 1:
'Secretary of State Brian Kemp is a racist pig who's modeled his campaign after the grifter currently occupying the White House.'
— Totalmente puertorriqueña (@tesstea) May 12, 2018
Our disgraceful employee #BrianKemp is a reprehensible racist voting rights & voter suppressor & deviant degenerate vile horrible crisis actor. 👇His political hell begins May 22 & no thoughts or prayers or penance or our F minus voting machines can save him from defeat. #GaPol https://t.co/3TH5OxtEo2
— A Voice For All GA (@AVoiceForAllGA) May 12, 2018
— Barry Weiser (@BarryWeiser) May 10, 2018
And this is exactly why the left keeps losing election after election. God forbid they learn to take a joke. Kemp doesn’t actually plan to round up criminal aliens, as that’s the job of ICE. He does however stand firm in his belief that criminal aliens should be apprehended and deported.
“I tell you, people just take a lot of this just too seriously. We’re trying to draw attention to a really detailed policy message we have with tracking and deporting criminal illegals, which I’m sure everyone supports,” he said during an appearance Saturday morning on “Fox & Friends.”
Everybody but the far left, which genuinely believes that enforcing federal immigration laws — particularly on gangsters, rapists, child molesters and other reprobates — is tantamount to carrying out a second Holocaust.
“People are really resonating to it. It’s driving the left crazy. The good, hardworking people of Georgia just love [the ads],” Kemp added, referencing his ad.
The key words there were “key, hardworking people.” Radical leftists tend to be neither.
Despite the backlash, Kemp has no intentions of backing down. After his appearance on Fox News, he issued a tweet to President Donald Trump doubling down on his rhetoric:
.@realDonaldTrump My offer stands. If you need a hand deporting criminal aliens, I've got a big truck and plenty of hardworking Georgians who are ready to help! #gapol #maga #tcot https://t.co/oMZhHlp2Y5
— Brian Kemp (@BrianKempGA) May 12, 2018
He’s even included a whole section on his campaign website about tracking down and deporting criminal aliens.
“As governor, conservative businessman Brian Kemp will create a comprehensive database to track criminal aliens in Georgia. He will also update Georgia law to streamline deportations from our jails and prisons,” the website reads.
From the sounds of it, the citizens of Georgia would be fools to not vote for him come November.
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