Why does Georgia’s Senate Majority Leader Chip Rogers hate the Georgia Chamber, the Atlanta Regional Commission and the Urban Land Institute? Watch the video to find out.
Majority Leader Chip Rogers recently hosted a semi-public meeting of GOP Senate leaders in the Gold Dome where he talked about Pres. Obama’s “war on the suburbs.”
Among the co-conspirators in this war: the Georgia Chamber, the Atlanta Regional Commission and the Urban Land Institute.
This list of the Majority Leaders’ enemies will surprise anyone who believes Georgia’s Republican leadership stands arm-in-arm with the business community.
But what’s even more surprising and, frankly, very hard to believe is why these civic groups are on Majority Leader Rogers’ enemies list.
The quick answer: the United Nations is using Soviet-era mind control techniques to take over the U.S. through these regional groups.
Go ahead and laugh now.
We did, too, when we first heard the conspiracy theory about Agenda 21.
But let me tell you how serious this really is.
Majority Leader Rogers was two votes short of getting this bunk theory approved by the Senate last session. Two votes.
If his bill had become law, Georgia would have been banned from taking any grants connected with “smart growth,” “sustainable development,” or “historic preservation.”
This bill would have cost Georgia millions of dollars worth of Federal grants.
All because Georgia’s Senate Majority Leader and many of his colleagues believe the Georgia Chamber is using U.N. mind control.
We know this is really hard to believe so we’re including a video of Majority Leader Rogers and several GOP Senate leaders assembled at our State Capitol to discuss the Agenda 21 conspiracy theory.