Georgia Governor Brian Kemp (right) on Thursday signed a sweeping bill that revises his state’s election laws that include new restrictions on postal voting.
The legislation was passed by Georgia’s House and Senate after Kemp and the crooked Secretary of State handed Georgia over to the Democrats in TWO separate elections.
A Georgia state lawmaker became furious with Governor Kemp for signing new election laws that she began knocking on Kemp’s door where he was live streaming his announcement.
Representative Park Cannon (D-Atlanta) was forcibly evicted, dragged across the Capitol and arrested by the Georgia State Troopers.
Georgia state soldiers on Thursday arrested State Representative Park Cannon as she knocked on Gov. Brian Kemp’s door, interrupting her live announcement that he had signed an election bill.
Officers forcibly evicted Cannon, a Democrat from Atlanta, dragging her across the Capitol and pushing her into a police car.
Cannon was with several other protesters when she knocked on the door of Kemp’s office, saying the public should be allowed to watch the bill’s signing announcement. Radical legislation requires ID for postal votes, limits drop boxes and changes early voting times.
A woman named Tamara Stevens captured the arrest on Facebook live.
“Why are you stopping him?” This Facebook Live video by @TWareStevens shows the moment when authorities arrested State Representative Park Cannon as @GovKemp was behind those gates by signing the electoral restrictions into law. #gapol pic.twitter.com/U1xMJ6tZrY
– Greg Bluestein (@bluestein) March 25, 2021
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– Gerald A. Griggs (@AttorneyGriggs) March 25, 2021