GOP lawmakers have remained committed to the battle against cancel culture by speaking out against the left-wing movement and drafting legislation to keep “woke businesses” in check.
One America’s Jennifer Franco discusses Georgia’s new election integrity laws, as well as various corporations’ criticism of it, with Georgia Representative Jody Hice (R).
Major ‘woke’ corporations like Coca-Cola and Major League Baseball are attacking Georgia over its new voter ID laws. However, the same corporations are all too happy to do business with communist China. One America’s Pearson Sharp explains.
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp (R) said woke activists do not appear to care about truth. During an interview on Monday, the Republican said it’s not surprising that far-left corporations are criticizing his efforts to strengthen election security.
Major League Baseball’s decision to pull their All-Star Game from Atlanta is now coming with repercussions from top Republican lawmakers.
President Trump called on Republicans to fight fire with fire in the war against “woke cancel culture.”
Sen. Rand Paul is (R-Ky.) condemning Coca-Cola over it’s opposition to new election laws in Georgia.
Gov. Brian Kemp (R-Ga.) said the MLB struck out with their decision to move their All-Star Game to a new host city. During a press conference Saturday, Kemp called out the League’s leaders for succumbing to the pressure of the left.
Shortly after Georgia’s Gov. Brian Kemp (R) signed a new election integrity bill, companies in the state began bowing to cancel culture and the fear of the far-left.