Georgia Governor Brian Kemp refused to cave to the ‘Cancel Culture’ this week after his state passed a voting security bill; saying if you “cow down” to the critics “it will never be enough.”
“You now have a choice. You can bow down to this cancel culture, because I’ll give you a warning – if you do, it’s never enough. It will never be enough,” said Kemp.
Watch Kemp above.
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