On April 6th, the Northwest Georgia 912 Group had a full house of engaged citizens to listen to speakers D.A. King and Stephen Humphreys, who talked about corruption in Georgia government based on their personal experiences. Although the issues in which they were involved were different, they both discovered similar challenges when seeking to find resolutions.
Watch the two speakers below. The full session was over two hours, so the videos have been split into two parts.
D.A. King is president of The Dustin Inman Society, an organization advocating for tougher illegal immigration laws. King spoke about illegal versus legal immigration and how illegal immigration relates to many other issues such as driver’s licenses, open borders, voting, government corruption, English as our official language, and more.
D.A. urged the audience to voice their opinion by calling your state representatives and Gov. Nathan Deal at 404.656.1776.
Attorney Stephen Humphreys was the second speaker of the night, introduced by Sabrina Smith of Georgia Watchdogs. Humphreys began by asking the audience:
If a state official in Georgia, a state university official, raped a student on the campus of one of the state universities; do you think that state official would be immune from a civil suit by the woman he raped?
Some were surprised to learn that the official answer of the State of Georgia is YES, that state officials have immunity from these criminal actions.
Humphreys also urged the audience to voice their opinion on “state sovereignty for government employees” by calling Gov. Nathan Deal at 404.656.1776.