Governor Kemp Says MLB Caved To Fear, Blames Abrams, Biden For All Star Move
The Governor of Georgia is speaking out after Major League Baseball decided to pull this summer’s All-Star game from the state because of the new election reform law.
Governor Brian kemp took aim at the MLB, Coca-Cola and Delta for speaking out against an election law that he says makes elections free and fair.
Kemp accused the companies of
“caving to fear and lies from liberal activists” and that the “MLB’s decision will hurt working people in the state.”
Kemp also debunked the misinformation being spread about the law saying the new law “expands access to voting, secures ballot drop boxes, expands weekend voting, requires an ID while voting – and water can be provided to people standing in line – by election workers.”
“Georgians – and all Americans should fully understand what the MLB’s knee-jerk decision means: cancel culture and woke political activists are coming for every aspect of your life, sports included. If the left doesn’t agree with you, facts and the truth do not matter.” He added,
“His attack on our state is the direct result of repeated lies from Joe Biden and Stacey Abrams about a bill that expands access to the ballot box and ensures the integrity of our elections.”
He also said that he would not back down from the voting law he signed into place last week.
“I will not back down. Georgians will not be bullied. We will continue to stand up for secure, accessible, fair elections.”