Folks, feel free to dismiss this, or to count it as ‘coincidence,’ but I don’t believe in ‘coincidence’ — especially not ‘coincidences’ like this one.
The other day, GA Gov. Kemp called for a signature verification of the mail-in ballots in his State. The next day, this happened and that call was dropped:
(from a twitter post)
Replying to @LLinWood
This is much more sinister than just corruption Brian Kemp calls for signature verification, the next day his daughter’s boyfriend dies in an explosive car crash
I don’t believe in coincidences.
11:57 AM · Dec 7, 2020·Twitter Web App
I spoke with a friend of mine who knows both Gov Kemp and the young man who died. He said he isn’t sure whether or not the young man was dating Kemp’s daughter, but he knows that Gov. Kemp knew and liked the young man who died. So this did happen. I am absolutely convinced of that much.
What you have to decide is whether or not you think it is connected to the mess that is going on in GA right now. As for me, I think it was a threat to Gov. Kemp, but that’s just me. Like I said, I no longer believe in ‘coincidences’ — especially where corrupt politics is involved.
From a reader (thanks, Robert):