“This state is sovereign. This is our state. We decide what happens. We decide if we kill babies,” Taylor proclaimed, standing in front of her bus with her campaign slogan “Jesus, Guns, Babies” emblazoned on the side. “That's our choice. I pray Roe v. Wade gets overturned, it should be. But let's get one thing straight: The States didn't give them the right to have Roe v. Wade to begin with!"
Taylor is running third behind David Perdue and the incumbent, Gov. Brian Kemp. Taylor took an odd swipe at Kemp Sunday, accusing him of selling Georgia out to the Chinese Communist Party, but declined to mention how Kemp is doing that, Business Insider reports.
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In another speech she gave recently, Taylor described the First Amendment as “the right to worship Jesus freely.” She went on to tell the quaint story about how the “founding fathers” made a “huge sacrifice” when they brought genocide on Native Americans and stole their land.
"The First Amendment right, which is our right to worship Jesus freely—that's why we have a country. That's why we have Georgia," she said. "That's why we had our Founding Fathers come over here and destroy American Indians' homes and their land. They took it. Look at what they went through, the Native Americans, for sacrifice for us to have the freedom that we have today."
And just as Taylor shits on the Constitution, she also takes the time to use the document to her advantage when threatening Georgia sheriffs she claims are corrupt.
"I don't care, I don't mind handcuffing any single person who breaks the law and goes against our government," she said, as reported by Newsweek. "The Constitution says, when you commit treason it is death by firing squad. I didn't write it, it is in there, it is serious. When you swear to God to uphold a document that you will do the will of the people, you will honor every single thing in that Constitution and you do that."
Georgia’s mid-term primary is Tuesday. Former President Donald Trump has endorsed David Perdue and Rep. Jody Hice from Georgia’s 10th district, running to replace Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger.
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