Billboards troll Warnock, Biden, Abrams over All-Star game as poll says public wants companies out of politics
Added 04-19-21 07:29:02am EST - “Conservatives are doubling down on their attacks against? Democrats after? Major League Baseball moved its All-Star Game from Atlanta in protest of Georgia's new elections law, arguing "lies" about the content of the law led to the…” - Foxnews.com
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GOP Rep. Buddy Carter sounds off after Coca-Cola backtracks on their attack on Georgia's voting law and discusses his pitch to make the MLB pay for lost revenue from moving the All-Star Game.
Conservatives are doubling down on their attacks against Democrats after Major League Baseball moved its All-Star Game from Atlanta in protest of Georgia's new elections law, arguing "lies" about the content of the law led to the decision.
In the latest part of that effort, Greater Georgia, the voting organization recently founded by former Sen. Kelly Loeffler, R-Ga., is buying digital billboards near Truist Park, the Atlanta Braves' home field where the 2021 All-Star game was originally scheduled.
The billboards feature images of Sen. Raphael Warnock, D-Ga., President Biden and prominent Georgia Democrat Stacey Abrams. The billboards, images of which were first obtained by Fox News, read "MLB's All-Star Strike Out Squad."
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