A number of folks have been indignant yesterday following the arrest of Georgia Home Consultant Park Cannon after she ended up behind bars after she knocked on Georgia Governor Brian Kemp’s door as he signed “The SB 202” invoice. Many have been upset that “Park Cannon” began trending on Twitter as people referred to as out the Governor over voter suppression.
As we beforehand reported, U.S. Senator Jon Ossoff and Lawyer Benjamin Crump spoke out in opposition to the mindless arrest. Nonetheless, extra particulars main as much as her arrest have been made accessible. In keeping with CNN, Georgia State Patrol launched an announcement relating to Rep. Cannon knocking on the door. The assertion stated that at 6:33 p.m., Cannon “was beating on the door to the Governor’s Workplace,” and, when advised to cease, moved on to the Governor’s Ceremonial Workplace door marked with a “Governor’s Workers Solely” signal and knocked on that door.
The assertion continues stating that after Rep. Cannon was instructed to cease knocking on the door twice to Governor Kemp’s press convention. The assertion additionally claimed that she was warned that she could be arrested if she didn’t cease knocking. “Rep. Cannon refused to cease knocking on the door. Rep. Cannon was positioned underneath arrest and escorted out of the Capitol.
Sadly, she was taken into custody on the Fulton County Jail however was later launched. Rep. Cannon shared a sequence of tweets following her launch thanking her supporters. She tweeted, “Hey everybody, thanks on your assist. I’ve been launched from jail. I’m not the primary Georgian to be arrested for combating voter suppression. I’d like to say I’m the final, however we all know that isn’t true. #SB202”
She continued, “However sometime quickly that final individual will step out of jail for the final time and breathe a primary breath understanding that nobody might be jailed once more for combating for the correct to vote. #SB202” Rep. Cannon continued calling out the problem of voter suppression and made it clear that she wouldn’t cease combating for Georgia voters.
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