Our media firefighters haven’t yet offered up any conclusive evidence that Georgia secretary of state and GOP gubernatorial candidate Brian Kemp is guilty of fostering voter suppression, but that’s all about to change with this new “report” by Rolling Stone’s Jamil Smith:
— Rolling Stone (@RollingStone) October 23, 2018
Audio leaked to @RollingStone reveals @BrianKempGA telling attendees at a closed-door campaign event that @staceyabrams’s voter turnout operation “continues to concern us, especially if everybody uses and exercises their right to vote.” Read my report. https://t.co/uAob3x4TVx
— Jamil Smith (@JamilSmith) October 23, 2018
Seems this guy would be forced to step down by now. Hopefully this video will lead to that.
— Jana Blade (@JanaBlade1) October 23, 2018
Corruption beyond the pale.
— Robert Dishington (@dishington) October 23, 2018
WT actual F?
— Lara Lang (@larabar8) October 23, 2018
Except no. It’s not damning. Like, at all.
Yeah your headline is intentionally misleading. He was talking about high turnout for the Abrams, and how he needs high turnout too. Your article even mentions that. pic.twitter.com/bXZoprYTga
— Branden Hankins (@tweetsofhank) October 23, 2018
Your tweet reeks of taking something out of context to incite negative reaction to Kemp.
Here, I'll help. The complete quote w/ what you failed to include.
"…exercises their right to vote-WHICH THEY ABSOLUTELY CAN-… pic.twitter.com/UEdgP2r0GB
— CruellaDeVil (@LauraLovesWine) October 23, 2018
— Caleb SkHull 💀🎃👻 (@CalebJHull) October 23, 2018
Superb example. It’s just stupid journalism to edit his quote like that. As if no one would notice.
— stringle08 (@stringle08) October 23, 2018
Stupid journalism. Sounds like par for the course with Rolling Stone.
Rolling Stone. You are documented liars.
— The Crooked Bell (@TheCrookedBell) October 23, 2018
— Uncle Andy (@UncleAndy45014) October 23, 2018