On Saturday morning, Stacey Abrams tweeted thanks to “193 companies for your leadership in recognizing that voter suppression is bad for democracy and bad for workers,” specifically referring to a list of companies threatening to inflict pain on states that passed election integrity legislation.
On Saturday afternoon, she tweeted about her disappointment with one particular company that had inflicted pain on a state that passed election integrity legislation: Major League Baseball.
Abrams — liberal activist, erstwhile Georgia Democratic gubernatorial candidate and the election non-conceder whom the media doesn’t mind — apparently came to the realization this past weekend that MLB pulling July’s All-Star Game out of Atlanta to boycott Georgia’s voting law likely wouldn’t do anything to change that law. However, it would do an awful lot to actively hurt the state’s citizens.
“I am disappointed that the MLB is relocating the All-Star game; however I commend the players, owners and