Job Creators Network Pens Letter to MLB, Demands Reversal of Decision to Move All Star Game

Job Creators Network Pens Letter to MLB, Demands Reversal of Decision to Move All Star Game


The Job Creators Network (JCN) sent a letter to the Major League Baseball (MLB) commissioner Wednesday “criticizing his decision to move the upcoming All Star game from Atlanta to Denver.”

The letter, which was sent from JCN president and CEO Alfredo Ortiz and addressed to MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred, called out the organization’s decision to cost Georgia businesses $100 million, which JCN concludes “would have helped the small business community recover from the pandemic.”

“Small businesses in Georgia are hurting and the MLB commissioner pulled a multi-million rug out from underneath them,” Ortiz said in a statement. “Manfred justifies his decision by echoing false claims made by others who argue Georgia’s new election law is simply Jim Crow 2.0. That rationale couldn’t be further from reality.”

Ortiz also stated that “Georgia election rules make it easy to vote and hard to cheat.”

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“In contrast to the incendiary rhetoric and accusations

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