For six weeks, Georgia had been a model, especially for those eager to end shutdowns. Among the last U.S. states to lock down, Georgia in April was first to widely reopen, after just three weeks. Critics said the state misrepresented its data to justify the move, and they predicted disaster.
This same thing is assuredly happening with regard to schools reopening in the fall.
Also, in case you’ve forgotten, Kemp shouldn’t even be governor right now.