Tuesday on FNC’s “Fox & Friends,” Job Creators Network president and CEO Alfredo Ortiz discussed his small business group’s lawsuit against Major League Baseball for moving the All-Star Game out of Atlanta over Georgia’s new voter laws.
Ortiz, who has warned the change in location would “cost upwards of $100 million of economic damages” to Georgia,” including many minority-owned businesses, said his group’s intention is “to right a very, very bad wrong.”
“We tried everything that we could think of to try to get Commissioner Manfred’s attention. We sprung into action four days after that move actually happened. We put up two billboards in New York’s Times Square right down from his offices, and nothing. We took a full-page ad out in the New York Times trying to address this issue, and nothing. You know, we sent letters to his offices — nothing. We even sent protesters outside of his