Matt Gaetz Vows To Support A Primary Against Georgia Governor For Not Appointing Trump's Candidate To Senate
Credit: Matt Gaetz/Twitter
November 30, 2019

These MAGA creeps are getting more brazen by the day. Rep. Matt Gaetz, who is not even from Georgia (he's from Florida), vowed to support a primary against Georgia's Republican Governor Brian Kemp if he chose someone other than fellow wackjob Rep. Doug Collins (R-Ga) to fill the Senate seat for retiring Johnny Isakson. Kemp, who seems to have a modicum of survival skills in the increasingly blue trending state of Georgia, chose a woman, Kelly Loefler instead. Hence, Matt Gaetz's tantrum, which lasted all day yesterday.

Source: The Hill

Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.) warned Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp (R) on Friday that he could face a primary challenger when running for reelection if he doesn’t select President Trump’s favored candidate for the Senate seat soon to be vacated by Johnny Isakson (R-Ga.).

Gaetz’s tweet Friday comes amid reports that Kemp is expected to announce that financial executive Kelly Loeffler will be chosen over Trump’s preferred selection of Rep. Doug Collins (R-Ga.).

“You are ignoring his request because you THINK you know better than @POTUS,” Gaetz tweeted. “If you substitute your judgement for the President’s, maybe you need a primary in 2022. Let’s see if you can win one w/o Trump.”

Gaetz in a follow-up tweet said Kemp would be "hurting Trump" if he does not select Collins.

Kemp had countered earlier with these tweets.

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