Atlanta, The Black Mecca, Taken Over by Governor Kemp

Beautiful eight-year-old Secoriea Turner killed July 5, 2020, by Black vigilantes who took over University Avenue in Atlanta, Georgia, following the killing of Rayshard Brooks on June 12, 2020. Turner’s mom turned onto University Avenue without permission from the vigilantes. And they fired upon her car striking Secoriea.

Since 1975, when Maynard Jackson was elected the city’s first Black mayor, Atlanta has been run by a Black mayor voted into office by the Southwest Atlanta Political Machine.

In the 2014 election, Kasmin Reed barely held off a challenge from Mary Norwood, a white Republican who lives in the wealthy Buckhead community. She came within 900 hundred votes, more or less, of…