Left-wing celebrities rejoiced after Major League Baseball (MLB) announced its decision to pull the All-Star game and the draft from Atlanta, Georgia, over the state’s recently passed election integrity law, which actually expands voting opportunities in the Peach State.
Commissioner of Baseball Robert D. Manfred, Jr. issued a statement on Friday, attributing the decision to Gov. Brian Kemp (R) signing an election integrity measure, SB 202, into law in the Peach State.
“Over the last week, we have engaged in thoughtful conversations with Clubs, former and current players, the Players Association, and The Players Alliance, among others, to listen to their views. I have decided that the best way to demonstrate our values as a sport is by relocating this year’s All-Star Game and MLB Draft,” Manfred Jr. said, stating MLB “opposes restrictions to the ballot box.”
This statement and Democratic opposition to Georgia’s law runs counter to