MLB moved its All-Star game out of Atlanta after the left pressured them to boycott over the new voting law.
The Republican National Committee and Senate Republicans will air two different ads during the Home Run Derby and the All-Star Game.
Former Georgia Republican state lawmaker Melvin Emerson narrates:
This was supposed to be Atlanta’s night, but we were robbed. Democrats stole our All-Star game to push their divisive political agenda. Politicians and corporations lie while black communities got hurt the most even though a majority of black voters support laws like voter ID. To Democrats, it’s just a game. But we’re the ones who got played.
MLB caved to the left after they blew up about Georgia’s new voting laws. It moved the game to Denver, CO.
Atlanta probably lost at least $100 million in revenue.
Democrats described the law as a new “Jim Crow” law that would hurt minorities.
The Senate Republicans will also air an ad during the Home Run Derby and the All-Star Game. It knocks Georgia Sen. Raphael Warnock for not speaking up against MLB’s boycott.
.@ReverendWarnock refused to condemn the MLB boycott that hurt Georgia families.
The NRSC is proud to remind voters in GA of the urgent need to replace Warnock next November. Watch our latest ad that will run during the @MLB All Star Game and Home Run Derby ⬇️: pic.twitter.com/mME1oPxAlL
— Senate Republicans (@NRSC) July 8, 2021
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