Republican candidate for Georgia Governor Indicted for Insurance Fraud


Michael Williams with Roger Stone during failed campaign/Photo: Curt Yeomans

❝ State Sen. Michael Williams, who waged a controversial campaign for governor this year, was charged this week with making a false report that computer servers were stolen from his campaign office shortly before his last-place finish in the May primary.

The indictment, obtained by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, accuses the Forysth County Republican of insurance fraud, making a false statement and false report of a crime…

❝ The charges issued Tuesday by Hall County authorities relate to a May incident where Williams reported that his Gainesville office was burglarized. At the time, Weathers said $300,000 worth of computers servers were taken from the building…

❝ Williams came in fifth place out of five candidates in the May Republican primary for governor. He based his campaign on loyalty to Donald Trump and a series of ill-fated publicity stunts, including a “deportation bus.”

Sometimes you get what you deserve. Especially if you work hard enough to be as corrupt as your idol.

One thought on “Republican candidate for Georgia Governor Indicted for Insurance Fraud

  1. Stranger than Fiction says:

    A video that went viral on Friday shows Infowars conspiracy theorist Alex Jones feeding steak to “veteran Republican strategist” Roger Stone like a parent might feed a little kid. https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/alex-jones-roger-stone-steak_us_5c1d805ce4b0407e907b072a Jacob Engels, a contributor to Jones’ InfoWars website, posted the video Wednesday. He also posted a video of Stone feeding Jones. https://twitter.com/JacobEngels/status/1075589338086469632

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