A new advertisement from the Republican National Committee (RNC) ridicules Democrats for their deceitful maligning of Georgia’s election security law, which resulted in tomorrow’s MLB All-Star Game being moved out of state.
“This was supposed to be Atlanta’s night,” says Rev. Melvin Emerson, a former member of the state’s general assembly, in the ad. “But we were robbed. Democrats stole our All-Star Game to push their divisive political agenda.”
“Politicians and corporations lie, while black communities got hurt the most, even though a majority of black voters support laws like voter ID. To Democrats, it’s just a game,” Emerson continues. “But we’re the ones who got played.”
Democrat lies about election integrity hurt Georgians and their recovering economy.
Democrats stole Georgia’s All-Star Game to push their power grab and divisive political agenda. pic.twitter.com/QOXknR3JiP
— GOP (@GOP) July 12, 2021
President Joe Biden supported calls from leftist corporations and activists this past spring to move the All-Star Game