Trump shreds ‘phony narrative’ made up by NBC and Kemp that he gave up on Perdue

by Summer Lane

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President Trump took a swing at the “Fake News” media on Friday in an epic statement posted to his Truth Social account, refuting rumors that he had “given up” on his endorsed candidate for Georgia governor, David Perdue.

“The Kemp Campaign, together with Fake News NBC, has put out a phony narrative that I have given up on David Perdue in Georgia,” he wrote. “That is completely FALSE!”

The 45th president continued, “I am with David all the way because Brian Kemp was the WORST Governor in the Country on Election Integrity!”

It is no secret that President Trump has disdain for incumbent Gov. Brian Kemp, R-Ga. He endorsed GOP candidate David Perdue in an attempt to unseat Kemp this midterm election season. “David stood up to the Radical Left – and he was always a champion for strong, secure borders,” President Trump stated at a fundraiser held for Perdue in Mar-a-Lago in March.

Previously, President Trump ripped Gov. Kemp to shreds at a Save America rally held in Commerce, Georgia, calling him a “coward,” a “turncoat,” and a “complete and total disaster.” Trump has accused the governor of refusing to deal with rampant reports of fraud from the 2020 presidential election.

Tune to David Perdue’s election night watch party on Tuesday, May 24.

In fact, True the Vote founder Catherine Engelbrecht revealed in an interview with WND that her organization’s investigation into ballot trafficking – the subject of the successful documentary, “2000 Mules” – was allegedly stonewalled by Kemp and his administration. She stated that they “intentionally bobbed and weaved for the next seven months” when evidence of election fraud was brought to Kemp’s office.

According to a new poll from Fox News, Kemp and Perdue are locked in an intense race heading into next week’s primary. Georgians will soon decide if Kemp will remain in office, or if Perdue will pull off a victory for the America First agenda.

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