Baltimore Orioles CEO Cheers MLB’s Decision to Move All-Star Game Out of Georgia Which Will Cost Atlanta More Than $100 Million in Revenue

Baltimore Orioles CEO Cheers MLB’s Decision to Move All-Star Game Out of Georgia Which Will Cost Atlanta More Than $100 Million in Revenue


Baltimore Orioles Chairman and CEO John Angelos cheered the MLB’s decision to move the All-Star game out of Georgia will which ultimately cost Atlanta more than $100 million in revenue.

The MLB’s decision to move its All-Star game out of Georgia was all based on lies about the state’s new voter integrity laws.

Joe Biden told ESPN on Wednesday he “would strongly support” MLB moving the game, calling the Georgia law “Jim Crow on steroids”.

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The woke mob won based on lies about Georgia’s voting integrity law.

The decision to move the All-Star game out of Georgia will cost Atlanta as much as $190 million in revenue, according to estimates.

The Baltimore Orioles inserted itself into politics and supported the MLB’s decision to bludgeon the people of Atlanta.

“Baseball is our national pastime and preserving the right to vote is a pillar of our American democracy,” Angelos said. “The City of Baltimore and the Birds of Baltimore applaud MLB’s

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