Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) slammed Major League Baseball on Saturday for dealing with the Chinese Communist Party, accused of numerous human rights violations, while boycotting Georgia.
Paul took a jab at the league on Twitter a day after commissioner Rob Manfred announced that the MLB was moving its July all-star game and 2021 draft out of Atlanta in protest of election reforms signed into law last month.
“Your sports league might be a little too woke if it will freely do business with Communists in China and Cuba, but boycotts a US state that wants people to show an ID to vote,” Paul wrote.
— Senator Rand Paul (@RandPaul) April 3, 2021
On Friday, Manfred said that the MLB was relocating the all-star game and draft because