Georgia governor Brian Kemp has brought in former VP Mike Pence’s Chief of Staff, Marc Short, to aid with his campaign.
Despite signing off on the corrupt Georgia 2020 Election results, Mike Pence’s former Chief of staff Marc Short has decided to join Governor Kemp in his effort to win the governor’s race in Georgia.
Far-left Axios reports:
Marc Short, former Vice President Mike Pence’s chief of staff, has joined Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp’s campaign team as a senior adviser, Axios has learned.
Driving the news: Former President Trump has endorsed Kemp’s re-election challenger, former Sen. David Perdue. Kemp is leading the polls in their May 24 primary, though, and Short has been brought in to turbocharge the governor’s national fundraising ahead of a potential general election re-match with Stacey Abrams.
Dr. Peter Navarro knew Marc Short and claimed he wasn’t a good guy. Now we see more evidence of this being the case.
We also reported that Short apparently held secret meetings with scarf lady, Dr. Birx, during the COVID campaign. No wonder Navarro didn’t like or trust Short.
Kemp, on the other hand, has not only signed off on the 2020 Election results, but he has increased his net worth while in office by $3 million. This was on a governor’s salary.
It’s unlikely that Governor Kemp is up in any poll in any race. The only reason for this is if the governor knows he’s going to steal another election from former Senator Perdue.
Governor Kemp and his Secretary of State Raffensperger were behind the election steal in Georgia in 2020. It couldn’t have happened without them. They know it and the people of Georgia know it too.