On Tuesday, President Joe Biden told Georgians that they need to “smarten up” and went on to support businesses who were boycotting Georgia due to the new election law signed by Governor Brian Kemp.
On Wednesday, Kemp clapped back and told Biden that it’s him who needs to “smarten up,” not Georgia.
"He needs to smarten up and learn what's in the bill, compared to his own state of Delaware," the governor told Newsmax.
He also stated that “facts don’t matter” to the left if they disagree with you. They literally do not care about the facts once their fragile feelings are hurt.
"They are coming after you; they're coming after your ball game," Kemp said. "It doesn't matter what state you're in. They're coming after your ball game, they're going to boycott your business, and they're going to boycott your way of life if it happens to be different from theirs."
He also slammed the Major League Baseball league for moving their All-Star Game out of Georgia.
"There's no doubt who it's hurting," Kemp said. "It's hurting the little guy. The big corporations, you know, big entities like Major League Baseball are screwing the little guy on this one."
"This is just the biggest amount of hypocrisy that I've ever seen," he added.
"People should know that even people like Stacey Abrams and Joe Biden that are saying 'oh we'll leave it up to the league but we respect their decision,'" Kemp concluded. "Make no mistake, they were in the back room, the smoke-filled room pressuring these people to do that. They cannot have it both ways."
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