Crybaby Stacey Abrams is still blaming Brian Kemp for her failures. Now, she is under investigation by the Georgia Government Transparency & Campaign Finance Commission.
They have not announced the specifics yet, but they are getting the financial records of her campaign spending and of groups that supported her, with the money coming from out of state. Her lawyers are claiming this is a witch hunt, and it looks like someone caught the witch. And once again, they are blaming Brian Kemp as if he really cares about her.
David Emadi, a former Douglas County prosecutor who became director of the state ethics commission said:
“What I can say about the investigation into the Abrams campaign is in the relatively near future, I expect we will be issuing subpoenas for bank and finance records of both Miss Abrams and various PACs and special-interest groups that were affiliated with her campaign.”
It’s not immediately clear what Abrams’ camp is being investigated for specifically, and the new director did not give many details on the matter. The ethics commission, known formally as the Georgia Government Transparency & Campaign Finance Commission, is tasked with collecting reports on lobbying expenditures, vendor grift and campaign finance. The Commission is also in charge of issuing penalties for any violations pertaining to these issues.
Abrams’ former campaign manager hit back hard against the announcement.
“This is Kemp’s corrupt playbook, his long history of launching frivolous investigations with bogus charges against political opponents,” Lauren Groh-Wargo said Thursday in a series of tweets, claiming Emadi to be a Kemp ally and the investigation a partisan hit job. “This is a shameful misuse of taxpayer dollars for a political vendetta. We will fight false accusations with every available resource.”