Governor Kemp testified before Fulton grand jury today

Atlanta Journal Constitution reported earlier today, based on two anonymous sources, the news that Governor Kemp would be testifying “before the Fulton County special grand jury examining whether former President Donald Trump and his allies criminally meddled in Georgia’s 2020 elections.” It is unusual for a sitting governor to testify before a grand jury and Kemp tied to avoid the appearance by invoking sovereign immunity, executive privilege and attorney-client privilege. Kemp also does not have the best relationship with the Fulton County District Attorney’s office. Still this appears to be an important step. “[T]he grand jury has already heard from the state’s three other top GOP officials: Raffensperger, Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan and Attorney General Chris Carr.”

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