In 2021 Joe Biden said of sensible election reforms in Georgia: “This is Jim Crow in the 21st Century. It must end.”
“There is nothing ‘Jim Crow’ about requiring a photo or state-issued ID to vote by absentee ballot – every Georgia voter must already do so when voting in-person,” Governor Brian Kemp fired back.
Nonetheless, the baseball commissioner disgracefully moved the All-Star Game from Atlanta to Denver because “Major League Baseball fundamentally supports voting rights for all Americans and opposes restrictions to the ballot box.” They caved to Black Lives Matter hysteria.
In 2022, under the new rules – which cleaned up voter roles, reduced fraud at ballot drop boxes, and other common sense anti-fraud measures – Georgia had a record-high turnout.
And now Major League Baseball is bringing the 2025 All-Star Game to… Atlanta:
Maybe next time the Democrats whip up a fake controversy, corporate America will be a little slower to jump on board. We would hate to see them end up like Bud Light.