Georgia’s RINO Governor just made it abundantly clear where he stands on Donald Trump’s indictment. And it’s going to cost him big time.

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Donald Trump’s chances of being a free man this time next year are dwindling quickly.

Now it’s clear that the Republican establishment is turning against him.

And Georgia’s RINO Governor just made it abundantly clear where he stands on Donald Trump’s indictment. And it’s going to cost him big time.

Trump needs a miracle

Former President Donald Trump and his supporters need to face the reality that the former President will be either behind bars or on house arrest by next September.

It doesn’t matter what he did or didn’t do, as he is guilty of all crimes and misdemeanors based on his last name alone.

Because Democrats and the RINO establishment are willing to do whatever it takes to put him behind bars for good, and make an example out of him.

They want to show the American people that when you stand up against them, your life is over.

So, the court case out of Washington, D.C. will go against Trump on nearly every count because of his last name.

And in Georgia, all counts will go against him because his last name is Trump.

But one of the only hopes Trump has to stay out of jail is if Republicans are willing to take a stand for the former President.

And one of his only hopes to stop his persecution is for Georgia Governor Brian Kemp to step up, and stop the madness in Fulton County, Georgia.

But unfortunately, it’s crystal clear now that Governor Kemp not only is going to step aside and let it happen, but he’s more than willing to watch and grin as Trump is thrown in jail.

Kemp’s office is complacent with Trump being in jail

Earlier last week, Georgia state Senator Colton Moore claimed that he was attempting to call a special session of the legislature to investigate Fulton County DA Fani Willis.

And in a letter he claimed he had obtained the support of 3/5ths of the legislatures, which is needed to support such a special session.

“We, the undersigned, being duly elected members of the Georgia House of Representatives and Georgia Senate, and comprising 3/5 of each respective house, pursuant to Article IV, Section II, Paragraph VII(b), hereby certify to you, in writing, with a copy to the Secretary of State, that in our opinion an emergency exists in the affairs of the state, requiring a special session to be convened under that section, for all purposes, to include, without limitation, the review and response to the actions of Fani Willis,” the letter claimed.

Instead of supporting such an effort, Kemp’s office mocked the attempt to give Trump a fair trial.

Kemp’s office told the press that they have gladly seen no indication that a special session would be coming.

“Where have I heard special session, changing decades-old law, and overturning Constitutional precedent before?” Governor Kemp’s senior advisor, Cody Hall, told the press. “Oh right, prior to Republicans losing two Senate runoffs in January of 2021.”

“What are people hoping to learn in the second kick of the election-losing mule?” he continued.

If you ever want to know why Donald Trump is in the position he is in now, just realize that it’s not just Democrats who want him behind bars.

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