Cobb County in GA is predicted to lose over $100 million after the MLB pulls its All-Star Game and draft out of the state in protest of the new voter integrity law. What could have provided a much-needed economic boost to the county has been taken away due to the Democrat’s false narrative surrounding Georgia’s attempts at increasing election security.
The kind of revenue that the All-Star Game typically brings into the county would have been incredibly helpful in pulling businesses out of debt after COVID-19 damaged its economy. “This event would have directly impacted our county and the state, as visitors spend their dollars on local accommodations, transportation, entertainment and recreation, food and retail throughout the county,” Cobb County’s travel and tourism department told WSB-TV Atlanta, “This would have been a big boost to Cobb businesses and help with recovery after the COVID-19 pandemic.”
The Atlanta Braves came out with a public statement saying they are “deeply disappointed