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CULTURE WAR: MLB Boycotts Georgia Over New Voting Laws

Major League Baseball (MLB) has announced an essential boycott of Georgia over their new voting laws by pulling the announced 2021 All-Star Game and MLB draft out of Atlanta. The game was supposed to take place at Braves Stadium and it would have honored the legendary Hank Aaron, a prolific black player for the Braves who died earlier this year… just days after receiving the vaccine. The next location for MLB’s All-Star game has yet to be announced.

Outrage toward the new law has been extreme, although lawmakers in the state are not backing down and stand by it. Coca-Cola and Delta, both Georgia-based, have also announced their displeasure with Georgia’s new voting laws. Joe Biden called the new laws “Jim Crow in the 21st Century.” There has been a “dog-piling” on Georgia by the “woke” left and businesses intimidated by them. The reality of Georgia’s new voting laws, however, may paint a different picture than the one painted by ideological extremists on the left.

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SOURCES:

New Georgia voting law: What does SB 202 change for elections?

Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp: MLB ‘Caved to Fear,’ ‘Liberal Lies’

2021 MLB All-Star Game will be relocated from Atlanta (UPDATED) – Talking Chop

Kemp: I Guess We Should Boycott MLB for Having HQ in New York, Which Has ‘More Restrictive’ Voting Laws

Kemp: I Guess We Should Boycott MLB for Having HQ in New York, Which Has ‘More Restrictive’ Voting Laws

Coca-Cola, Delta And Other Companies Slam Georgia Voting Law : NPR

Georgia governor on MLB decision: League ‘caved to fear’ and ‘liberal lies’ | TheHill

Laura Ingraham slams Biden for endorsing boycott of US state – YouTube

MLB All-Star Game out of Atlanta over Georgia’s voting law

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Ballot harvesting was another problem…not sure if Georgia experienced that, but there were accounts of it happening in some places. It’s illegal in GA since H.B. 316 passed in 2019.

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