new video loaded: Kemp Criticizes M.L.B. After All-Star Game Is Pulled From Georgia
Kemp Criticizes M.L.B. After All-Star Game Is Pulled From Georgia
Gov. Brian Kemp of Georgia, a Republican getting ready for a 2022 re-election run, lashed out on Saturday at Major League Baseball’s choice to maneuver its All-Star Game out of Atlanta, as a result of a brand new state legislation proscribing voting.
Yesterday, Major League Baseball caved to worry and lies from liberal activists. They ignored the info of our new election integrity legislation and so they ignored the results of their choice on our local people. In the center of a pandemic, Major League Baseball put the desires of Stacey Abrams and Joe Biden forward of the financial well-being of hardworking Georgians who had been relying on the All-Star Game for a paycheck. Georgians and all Americans ought to know what this choice means. It means cancel tradition and partisan activists are coming for your small business. They’re coming on your sport or occasion in your hometown, and so they’re coming to cancel all the things from sports activities to the way you make a residing. And they are going to cease at nothing to silence all of us.
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