Former Georgia Rep. Doug Collins wrote in an op-ed Tuesday, Major League Baseball (MLB) owes Georgia an apology for moving the All-Star game out of Georgia and listening to Stacey Abrams.
Collins posed a straightforward question, “Will the MLB stop playing games in California and New York due to their lack of early voting?”
Collins explained that in the “aftermath of the 2020 election, Georgians were angry, and rightfully so.” Instead of sitting by and doing nothing as the rest of the states did, on election integrity, Georgia did, he said. The Georgia legislature authored Senate Bill 202, passed and then signed into law by Gov. Brian Kemp. The bill “implemented much-needed reforms to ensure Georgia’s elections are fair, accessible, secure, and transparent,” he said.
He continued to say it “comes as a surprise to no one” that one of the people opposing the bill is none other than Stacey Abrams, an ex-Georgia
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