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Brian Kemp gets the Lucre treatment

Dom Lucre exposes Brian Kemp as a puppet of the World Economic Forum, the Chinese, or both – perhaps explaining his Election of 2020 failure.

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Gov. Brian Kemp (R-Ga.) has been in the news throughout his service as Governor, and always controversially. Perennial candidate Stacey Abrams, of course, never conceded her loss to him in 2018. The irony of President Donald J. Trump now standing accused of racketeering for making claims about election fraud that mirror hers, is probably lost on her. But all that might be a distraction. Brian Kemp is in fact no friend of liberty, as Trump has certainly realized. Yesterday Dom Lucre, Breaker of Narratives, set out to show this on his favorite platform, X.

History of Brian Kemp

Brian Kemp won the governorship of Georgia by a narrow margin in 2018. In the Election of 2020 he and especially Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger were no help.

In 2022, Stacey Abrams, who lost to Kemp in 2018, signed on for a rematch. She almost didn’t get it; Donald Trump headlined a March 2022 rally to take the nomination away from Kemp. He favored former Senator David Perdue. R-Ga., who also lost his election in 2020. Perdue and Kemp clashed in one of their primary debates in 2022, each blaming the other for 2020 Republican losses.

Kemp won anyway – both the nomination and the general election. Results like these seem to indicate that Georgia is in the hands of a Republican establishment that does not care for the nationalist populism of Trump, Perdue, Herschel Walker, Marjorie Taylor Greene, Madison Cawthorn, and others.

Interestingly, the Georgia Election Board did conduct a post-election audit of Fulton County’s “unofficial hand recount” of the Election of 2020. They found that several “human errors” occurred and promised an Attorney General’s investigation. Nothing came of that.


More recently, Brian Kemp landed on the short list of alternatives to Trump last July. And after Fulton County D.A. Fani Willis indicted Trump over his Election 2020 challenge, Brian Kemp made this sarcastic post:

As CNAV said at the time, almost nobody believes that, and Brian Kemp might not believe it himself. This shows that Georgia politics is in a very sorry state.

The thread

Such is the background for Dom Lucre’s thread – exposing Kemp as not only Establishmentarian but also a Big WEF wheel.

Reaction was almost uniformly positive. Two users identified themselves as Georgians and confirmed the account:

Another user echoed the sentiment:


So: did Brian Kemp sell out his State and country to would-be “investors” from Davos, Beijing, or both? Might one or the other have murdered Harrison Deal by proxy, to bury a secret he knew, or intimidate Kemp? (And what are we to make of the death of Agent James O’Sullivan, Georgia Bureau of Investigation, who was investigating the car crash in which Deal died?) For everyone’s information, Deal (who might or might not be any relation to ex-Gov. Nathan Deal) was on Senator Kelly Loeffler’s staff.

Now have a look at Stacey Abrams. What better person to “take a dive” for Brian Kemp, than a firebrand who says outrageous things like “There is no such thing as a heartbeat at six weeks”? And also appears as the President of Earth in a science-fiction streaming show, to raise money? A candidate who does such over-the-top things, deserves to lose – and maybe deliberately sought to lose. Did Brian Kemp, or either of his competing WEF or CCP masters, pay Abrams to run such campaigns?

Furthermore, she financed the temporary help placement agency, Happy Faces Temps, that furnished all the OOEs for Fulton County. Which they still do.

Who did it?

Again, this shows the sorry state of Georgia politics. The Establishment is in charge, and they don’t care what the people think. Maybe Mike Lindell identified the wrong suspect in the Steal of 2020. Maybe it was Brian Kemp, and his tame Secretary of State, Brad “Riff Raff” Raffensperger.

Whether Georgia’s rank-and-file voters have figured all this out, is not clear. What is clear is that at least some voters know that Brian Kemp did not make the effort he could and should have made. Identifying the problem is the first step toward solving it.

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Terry A. Hurlbut has been a student of politics, philosophy, and science for more than 35 years. He is a graduate of Yale College and has served as a physician-level laboratory administrator in a 250-bed community hospital. He also is a serious student of the Bible, is conversant in its two primary original languages, and has followed the creation-science movement closely since 1993.

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