White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki dodged a question about President Joe Biden’s position on Major League Baseball’s decision to relocate its All-Star Game to Colorado over the new Georgia election bill during her Tuesday press briefing.
“Is the White House concerned that Major League baseball is moving their All-Star Game to Colorado, where voting regulations are very similar to Georgia?” Fox News’s Peter Doocy asked.
Psaki’s reply, however, did not touch on the Biden administration’s position. Instead, she rattled off a list of differences between the Georgia election reforms and Colorado’s current election laws, which she claims promote voting.
“First, let me say, on Colorado. Colorado allows you to register on Election Day. Colorado has voting by mail where they send, to 100 percent of people in the state who are eligible, applications to vote by mail. Ninety-four percent of people in Colorado voted by mail in the 2020 election. And they also allow for a range of