With a new rule, Georgia is attempting to preserve the legitimacy of its elections.
Democrats, led by Stacey Abrams, have spent weeks spreading misleading information about the law.
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Now that the MLB baseball game is leaving the province, many people will suffer as a result of the missed revenue.
And now Stacey Abrams is being chastised for the shambles she and the Democrats have made.
Stacey Abrams Circulating Misleading Information About Georgia’s Voting Bill She’s now irritated by the consequences.
a loss Stacey Abrams, a Georgia gubernatorial candidate, spent weeks spreading myths about the state’s new voting reform law, describing it as “a redux of Jim Crow in a suit and tie.” Abrams has issued a statement condemning Major League Baseball’s decision to relocate its all-star game and draft out of Atlanta as a result of her misleading statements about the bill.
Abrams’ full statement on the MLB is as follows:
Senate Bill 2020 was passed and defended by Republicans who were well aware of the economic threats to our state. They put the economic well-being of Georgians ahead of making it harder for people of color to vote.
I am saddened, as are many Georgians, that the MLB is moving the All-Star game; however, I applaud the players, owners, and commissioner for speaking out. I encourage those in positions of authority to do the same. Like I previously said, I respect boycotts, but I don’t want to see Georgia families suffer as a result of postponed events and job losses. Georgians who have been exposed to voter intimidation will struggle as opportunities shift to other states.
We must not leave the victims of GOP malice and lies; instead, we must unite.
Republicans in Georgia must repent of the horrible damage they’ve done to our electoral system and the harm they’ve done to our economy. Our business community must join us in this battle as full allies, recognizing that SB 2020’s provisions do not extend voting rights. They limit those rights, impacting both workers and customers. To minimize the damage being done in Georgia and other states, lawmakers must openly endorse the voting rights clauses in the For the People Act and the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act.
I encourage those who can to come and speak out, and those who are here to stay and fight, to stay and vote, while other gatherings, productions, and businesses decide whether or not to patronize Georgia. We need your assistance.