Let’s be frank…
We all know that the MLB’s decision to boycott Georgia for their decision is merely a “woke” public relations stunt that would backfire. This is nothing more than a way for the league to make a major, glamorous political statement – while damaging American families in the process – but progressives don’t seem to mind.
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The fact that the MLB would vehemently oppose actually displaying your ID at the voting podium, but they seem to have no problem now working with China – something they’ve held on the “down low” – is a major reason why this is so obvious.
China has committed a slew of human rights abuses in the past – gross, heinous, and unthinkable violations.
And one person who is slamming the MLB for this latest “China gig” is Rand Paul, who slammed the league in a venomous tweet:
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— Senator Rand Paul (@RandPaul) April 3, 2021
The three-year deal will last until the end of the 2023 season.
According to China News, the contract covers more than half a dozen Asian countries and regions. Tencent became MLB’s official digital broadcasting partner in China in 2018.
Major League Baseball (MLB) has extended its rights agreement with Tencent, allowing the Chinese media conglomerate to broadcast games from the North American baseball league in a number of Asian markets.
Tencent will continue to live stream MLB games in China and – for the first time – more than half a dozen Asian territories on its foreign over-the-top (OTT) network WeTV under the three-year deal, which lasts until the end of the 2023 season.
Indonesia, Malaysia, and Thailand are among the other countries covered, according to China News. WeTV is currently available in Bangladesh, Brunei, Cambodia, the Maldives, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, the Philippines, Sri Lanka, and Vietnam, among other countries.