Georgia Republican Asserts That Native Americans & Enslaved Africans “Died For The Sake Of Our Country”

Kandiss Taylor is one of Georgia’s nominees for Governor, facing incumbent Brian Kemp, who has the support of the Association of Republican Governors, and David Perdue, endorsed by Donald Trump, in among others, in Tuesday’s primaries. If the goal is not to earn votes through policy positions, but by maximum ridiculousness, she will have a real shot at that position.

[Screenshot via Kandiss Taylor/YouTube]

Taylor has questionable standings as the only candidate promising that she will oppose the ‘Luciferian monarchy’ by tearing down the Georgia Guidestones, and has won the support of some fanatics by declaring announced that the 2020 election is now underway. has been certified.

Now, she’s talking about all the people who died to make America great and secure her freedom – see below as she describes Jesus, the victim of life. Genocide of Native Americans and those abducted from Africa as an example.

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“I want to be free, and freedom is priceless. Jesus paid his whole body, death, burial, bit by bit, on the cross for our freedom. We have had men and women who have died since the founding of our country. Look at the Native Americans, and the way they were treated, and the genocide that happened to them. Let’s look at slavery. Look at the African Americans who came here against their will and died for the sake of our country! Look at the men and women who went to the army and fought war after war, defending freedom in our country.”

Latest analysis from RealClearPolitics shows that Taylor has the support of just over 5% of Georgia voters – so one in 20 voters in the state thinks she’s a good choice.


Steph Bazzle

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