Americans are getting fed up with pro sports leagues and their “woke” politics.
Now all hell is breaking loose.
That’s because Major League Baseball may move the All-Star game after this voter fraud threat.
Baseball Players Union boss Tony Clark told the Boston Globe that his members would support moving this summer’s All-Star game out of Atlanta following Governor Brian Kemp signing an election integrity bill into law.
Clark continued parroting the lies and misinformation spread by Democrats and the corporate-controlled press about the law in his interview with the Globe.
“Players are very much aware” of the Georgia voting bill, which places restrictions on voting that some believe will make it particularly difficult for black voters to reach the polls, Clark told the Globe. “As it relates to the All-Star Game, we have not had a conversation with the league on that issue. If there is an opportunity to, we would look forward to having that conversation.”
The bill simply requires voter ID when requesting and submitting absentee ballots and restricts the use of ballot drop boxes to polling locations during normal business hours.
This legislation also expands the number of polling locations and as well as the number of days for early, in-person voting.
Many Americans are fed up with pro-sports leagues and “woke” corporations trying to exercise veto power over legislation through economic terrorism.
As sports get more political and align themselves with the Democrat Party they alienate more fans.
Angering half the country is usually a poor business strategy.
If baseball follows through with the move to take the All-Star game out of Atlanta, it could permanently damage the sport as Americans who support election integrity would now view MLB as a Democrat Party interest group.
Sports with Balls will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.