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Georgia hit a home run for common sense, but the leftist propaganda team decided to cheat with big corporations.
Major League Baseball is not alone. This morning, executives from Dow, Paypal, Uber, Lyft, Estée Lauder, Under Armour and more are all sending a message to Republican statehouses across the country. They've all signed on to a statement calling on lawmakers to make it easy for Americans to vote.
After the Election Integrity Act was signed into law March 25, Major League Baseball decided to pull their All-Star Game out of Georgia — and Gov. Brian Kemp is crying foul.
Governor Brian Kemp: "We took the initiative to really fix some issues we saw in the election last year to try to continue to make Georgia a state where it's easy to vote (and hard to cheat) and have secure, accessible, fair elections."
Big corporations are following MLB, using their influence to oppose election reform.
Sen. Mitch McConnell: "My advice to the corporate CEOs of America is to stay out of politics."
Sen. Rand Paul: "Now, they're turning off 40% of the country who really don't want to be woke up and told that we're horrible people."
Sen. Marco Rubio: "They are woke, corporate hypocrites. That's what they are."
Delta, Coca-Cola, Dow and Paypal are just some of the latest corporations going to bat for the globalist agenda. The heads of 216 corporations signed a letter on what they call "protecting voting access."
Professor Maurice Schweitzer: "We thought of an executive's job as simply running a company have long past, and we're looking for executives to step into a leadership role and take a stand on social issues."
Georgia Congressman Drew Ferguson is beside himself with anger at the hypocrisy.
Rep. Drew Ferguson: "I have been appalled at the shockingly dishonest and disingenuous statements. And not only Major League Baseball but the corporate CEOs here in our state."
As the corporate oligarchy forms, it's worth noting many of these corporations do business with China, the world's biggest violator of human rights for the past several decades — by far.
Sen. Rand Paul: "They're boycotting the Georgia state law, and yet they do business with China. China's never seen a free election. China's now putting people in jail for over a year at a time for speech violations."
Governor Kemp and other Republicans didn't seem to fight for election integrity before Inauguration Day. Now they're seeing the results. As War Room's Steve Bannon once said: "Rigged elections have consequences."