Donald Trump is presently calling for Americans to boycott ultra “woke” corporations as a result of their responses to various changes made for early voting laws in the state of Georgia.
In Georgia, new state legislation now requires for voters to produce either a drivers’ license or a state identification number when taking advantage of early voting. Moreover, this legislation also expanded the amount of early voting opportunities available, including for general elections and primary elections. In addition, more security measures were implemented for ballot drop boxes.
However, Democrats are presently claiming that the new legislation restricts voting rights, despite having no evidence to support this claim.
Trump, however, recognized the resulting boycott of condemnation of Georgia from various corporate entities and other organizations for the farce that it is, and he delivered his strong views regarding corporate kowtowing after Major League Baseball (MLB) announced that the 2021 All-Star Game would be moved to a different state in response to the new legislation.
In a formal statement, Trump railed against leftist Democrats who routinely “[play] dirty by boycotting products when anything from that company is done or stated in any way that offends them,” which has empowered them to pursue their attacks on “sacred elections” in a “big time manner.”
Trump also called for conservatives to fight back against the cancel mob, observing that the United States has more conservative supporters than liberal supporters.
As part of the fight against the cancel mob, Trump strongly encourages Americans to boycott Merck, UPS, Citigroup, Cisco, ViacomCBS, JPMorgan Chase, Delta Airlines, Coca Cola, and, of course, the MLB itself. He wryly added, “We can play the game better than them.”
Trump also called for Americans to “never give up” in their fight against “The Radical Left,” which is eager to destroy the United States if it finds an opportunity to do so. Trump, however, argues that the United States will not become a socialist state before concluding with Easter well wishes.
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Brian Kemp, the GOP Governor of Georgia, also noted on Saturday that the state had become victimized by “cancel culture,” given the actions taken by the MLB and major corporations after passing the new early voting legislation.
During a news conference, Kemp observed that the MLB “caved to fear and lies” from ultra-leftist activists. He also remarked upon the unfortunate outcome of this caving in terms of hardworking Americans, noting that the MLB had put the whims of Stacy Abrams and Joe Biden “ahead of the economic well-being of hard-working Georgians” who had been looking forward to earning income from the All-Star game, which has now left the state.
For this reason, Trump reiterated his call for boycotting the MLB, observing that the league was already losing numerous fans before the decision to move the All-Star Game outside of Atlanta due to being “afraid” of Democrats who oppose using voter identification in order to vote in elections.
Trump concluded his commentary by calling for a boycott of baseball “and all of the woke companies that are interfering with Free and Fair Elections,” adding a final appeal directly to corporations themselves: “Are you listening Coke, Delta, and all!”