Many suggest that the death of Kelly Loeffler’s campaign staffer was no accident
A staffer and close family friend of Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp died in a tragic car wreck Friday morning, hours after the governor called for a signature audit of 2020 election votes.
Local media reported 20-year-old Harrison Deal, an aide to Sen. Kelly Loeffler, former intern to Sen. David Perdue and boyfriend of Kemp’s daughter Lucy, was the only person who died in a fiery three-car wreck on I-16 in Pooler.
Deal’s death came mere hours after Kemp again called on the Georgia Secretary of State to conduct a signature audit of the state’s ballots.
The cause of the wreck is still being investigated, according to the New York Post:
“The investigation is underway and may take some time,” according to Pooler police spokeswoman Lindsey Heintzman, who initially said Saturday that the investigation could take over a month, without elaborating.
Deal worked as Loeffler’s Athens Regional Field Director.
His untimely death prevented Gov. Kemp from attending Trump rallies on Friday and Saturday.