Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms Said That Governor Kemp Is Trying To Keep Her From Speaking To The Press About This Subject
It's been just revealed that the Atlanta mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms said that the governor Kemp is trying to restrain her from speaking to the press about the mask mandate, according to the latest reports coming from The Shade Room.
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Here's what she said.
In addition to being sued over a mask mandate and voluntary advisory guidelines on COVID-19, @GovKemp has asked for an emergency injunction to “restrain” me from issuing press statements and speaking to the press. Far more have sacrificed too much more for me to be silent. pic.twitter.com/gWlnZlCtoR
— Keisha Lance Bottoms (@KeishaBottoms) July 19, 2020
Someone said: 'Listen @GovKemp - no more restraining black people and the fact you are doing it all for political reasons is a sign of cowardice. Just because more black people die from the virus doesn’t mean you have to buy into the Holocaust part 2.'
Another Twitter user posted this: 'This is absolutely ridiculous and creating more of a divide. We're supposed to be in this together for the wellness of people. It seems he wants us to die! Covering you in prayer!'
Someone else wrote: 'Kemp you should be ashamed of your actions. Just like Donnie, your feelings got hurt and you’re lashing out. Typical toddler reaction. I stand with Keisha-stand true and don’t be bullied #istandwithKLB.'
One other follower said: 'Did @GovKemp Sue the white mayors who also have a mask mandate? Has he sued to silence the white mayors with similar orders? If not, this is an abuse of the legal process to systemize racism. This is a civil rights violation couched as a lawsuit. Time to counter sue!!!'
A fan wrote: 'Thought mayors worked for their constituents that duly elected them not for a selfish, reckless governor that wants to wield his racist agenda. Stand strong Mayor!!'
Last month, Atlanta Mayor addressed the death of Rayshard Brooks and updated people on what has been happening to the officers responsible.