Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich on Friday railed against the “disgraceful” corporations that are critical of the new election law in Georgia.
The law includes voter ID laws for absentee voters and limits ballot drop boxes, among other more restrictive measures to shore up election integrity in the state.
Gingrich pointed out during an interview with Fox News Channel’s “America’s Newsroom” that corporations like Coca-Cola will speak out against the Georgia election law but “stand silently” when it comes to the Chinese Communist Party’s actions. He said that, coupled with their apparent support of H.R. 1, shows just how “corrupted” some of the large corporations have become.
“[F]irst of all, H.R. 1 is the corrupt politicians’ act. It eliminates all the barriers that protect us and allow honest citizens to count honest votes,” Gingrich outlined. “Second, almost everything about the Georgia law is a lie — just plain a lie.