Murder in Georgia Jan 14, 2021 I refuse to report murder as suicide! I will edit out crap but include link. A man who was arrested after entering the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 in Washington DC was shot dead in Georgia several days later. Christopher Stanton Georgia, 53, showed he died on Jan. 9 from a gunshot wound to the chest. #Georgia was booked by Washington police officers for a curfew violation. There is MUCH more to this story. RIP Chris. 🌹 www.theepochtimes.com/man-from-georgia-arrested-after-entering-us-capitol-killed-himself_3655017.html
Georgia’s wife called 911 to report that there was blood everywhere. He died in the basement of the family home. He had a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Georgia State University, with Cum Laude honors. heavy.com/news/christopher-stanton-georgia
3 people dead after plane crashes in Georgia Feb 27, 2021 Three people are dead after a Cessna plane crashed in Gainesville, Georgia Friday. The crash happened less than a mile from the end of the runway at Lee Gilmer Memorial Airport.
Georgia House approves voting bill Mar 1, 2021 The Georgia House of Representatives approved a sweeping election reform bill by a vote of 97-72. House Bill 531 passed in the House. The Georgia House Bill would limit Early Voting and absentee voting. The bill is designed to begin to bring back the confidence of our voters back into our election system. Now the bill goes to the Georgia Senate.
Georgia Gov. Kemp signs election bill Mar 25, 2021 Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp drew protests as he signed into law a sweeping Republican-sponsored overhaul of state elections that includes new restrictions on voting by mail and greater legislative control over how elections are run.
NO ONE is disenfranchised simply because #VoterID is required. Illegals or the dead arent allowed to vote.
6 dead as tornadoes strike South March 26, 2021 A series of tornadoes tore across Alabama and moved into Georgia early Friday, leaving 6 dead amid wrecked homes, splintered trees and crumpled businesses. One tornado traveled roughly 100 miles across Alabama on Thursday. news.yahoo.com/least-5-dead-series-tornadoes-060352044.html