Not only has Major League Baseball admitted to concluding a political party to punish it’s fanbase in Atlanta, but they have caught Democrats lying in the process.
According to Fox Business Network’s Charles Gasparino, sources inside Major League Baseball claim that Commissioner Rob Manfred “blindsided” MLB owners with his decision to pull the All-Star Game from Atlanta. Gasparino’s report claims that Manfred spoke with Democrat Stacey Abrams before he decided to move the game.
After MLB pulled the game out of Georgia, Abrams claimed that she was against the move to pull the game from Georgia but Commissioner Manfred claims otherwise. Democrats used their allies in the national media to claim that Georgia’s new voting laws requiring IDs for mail in ballots were the equivalent of Jim Crow. Then they used pressure for their friends in multinational corporations to manufacture a boycott of the state that is now backfiring on local Democrats with elections around the corner.
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp called his likely 2022 challenger Stacey Abrams the “biggest flip-flopper since John Kerry” for her sudden plea for people not to boycott Georgia. MLB executives and owners now fear a major backlash over Manfred’s decision to punish Georgia as the move was viewed as a slap in the face to it’s conservative fanbase.
The Atlanta Journal Constitution playing defense for Democrats claims that Abrams did not tell MLB to move the game but it was noted that she partnered with Lebron James’s ‘More Than A Vote’ organization who openly celebrated MLB moving the game.
Major League Baseball has become a progressive organization at the expense of it’s fanbase.