“The people should boycott those companies that are all of a sudden so righteous,” said former President Donald Trump during an interview with NewsMax.
Trump was referring to the Major League Baseball’s decision to move the All-Star Game out of Georgia, as well as other companies like Coca-Cola, JP Morgan and Delta Airlines who have condemned the recent electoral legislation passed by the state arguing that it puts Black voters at a disadvantage because it makes voting less accessible.
“I would say boycott baseball. Why not? I think what they did was a terrible thing. I think it’s a very unfair thing. And they didn’t even know the bill. And in fact, I think they were aware of the bill that was going along. Everybody was OK with it. Then as soon as Stacey Abrams speaks up, they end up folding.”
‘Boycott baseball? – Sure, why not.’
— Newsmax (@newsmax) April 6, 2021
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