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While the Socialist-Democrat Party continues to keep looking for more and more ways to corrupt our election process and steal elective offices across the land, the governor of Georgia has taken some steps to try to at least lend a little electoral integrity into the process of Americans choosing who leads them in future elections.
And as expected, almost immediately, Governor Kemp has come under attack from the usual suspects in the Socialist-Democrat Party, and by various ‘woke’ corporations who take their lead from ‘Diversity Specialists’ who create racial controversy and other nonsense in order to justify their continued employment. Most recently Coca Cola, Delta Airlines, and now Major League Baseball have ‘woken up.’
This time they are attacking an election law that by all rational review looks to be a very reasonable attempt to place some sort of control over elections in the State of Georgia. Certainly not nearly as comprehensive as most Republicans would like to see to protect the integrity of our elections from the voter fraud that Socialist-Democrats commit all the time.
In fact, requiring a proper identification as Georgia now does is a most reasonable first step to try to roll back some of the fraud committed in the 2020 election, and Socialist-Democrats commit that in every American election, whether a local or a national contest. The Socialist-Democrats simply don’t believe they can win elections based on their position on the issues, so voter fraud is their default position.
The Socialist-Democrats have actually developed it into an art form. Screaming “voter suppression” as a dog whistle simply because Republicans want to requite identification to ensure that when someone shows up to vote, they only vote one time, they are properly registered to vote, and they really are the person they say they are.
There’s another point of view to this entire issue as well. Arguing against requiring proper identification is not only insulting to people of color, but is downright racist. Implying that minorities are not capable of obtaining proper state identification is racist to the ‘Nth Degree’, yet the Socialist-Democrats use this lame argument over and over again.
As a result of the new Georgia law,⏤Major League Baseball has decided to cancel the City of Atlanta’s selection to host the 2021 All-Star Game. An event that would bring millions of dollars worth of business into the city, with many of those dollars going to support black and other minority businesses.
Delta Airlines and other businesses controlled by those same kinds of ‘woke’ Diversity Specialists previously mentioned appear to be much more concerned about political correctness than they are about their corporate bottom line. Something any shareholder might want to also consider during any annual shareholder meetings.
Last season Major League Baseball fell in line when it kowtowed to Black Lives Matter, which prompts the question… Since Black Lives Matter is a self-avowed Marxist organization that also espouses destroying the traditional family structure and values, and Major League Baseball tries to pass itself off as ‘the All American past time, sports entertainment for the whole family,’ isn’t supporting BLM contrary to what professional baseball promotes itself to be, family-oriented entertainment?
Major League Baseball has decided that protecting the integrity of our elections⏤absolutely the most American thing to do, is somehow racist and contrary to what Major League Baseball stands for.
It’s time for me to reevaluate where I stand on baseball, what was at least once ‘America’s past time,’ before it became ‘woke.’ Maybe it’s time for me to take my ticket and sports merchandise money elsewhere. After all, I want to support ‘real’ American organizations that support protecting our elections’ integrity, the most American thing one could do.
Just as I did with professional football when players began to kneel during the National Anthem’s playing, I will be saying ‘goodbye baseball,’ you just struck out with me.
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