Dems And The MLB Won’t Be Happy When They See The Ads That Are Airing During All-Star Game

Ads will be putting MLB commissioner Rob Manfred to shame for his decision to relocate the 2021 All-Star Game to Colorado, according to The Western Journal.

“This was supposed to be Atlanta’s night. But we were robbed.”

“Democrats stole our All-Star Game to push their divisive political agenda.”

“Politicians and corporations lie, while black communities got hurt the most, even though a majority of black voters support laws like voter ID. To Democrats, it’s just a game,” Everson states.

“But we’re the ones who got played.”

“Baseball’s Midsummer Classic, the All-Star Game.”

“A $100 million boost to Georgia’s economy, until the radical left woke crowd took it all away.”

“Senator Warnock’s voice cost Georgia $100 million.”

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From The Western Journal:

The political impact of the ads remains to be seen, of course.

Already, though, it’s clear that the fallout of the All-Star Game’s move hasn’t been what Democrats might have hoped.

For instance, when it started becoming clear how the MLB decision was hurting Atlanta businesses, Stacey Abrams, the failed candidate for Georgia governor who has built a political career on that failure, altered an opinion piece she wrote for USA Today to make it appear that she was not in favor of a boycott before it was announced.

(Besides proving how damaging the MLB move has been politically and the deception and cowardice of one of the country’s best-known Democrats, the incident helpfully demonstrated that the ethics of USA Today editors are in the toilet and only a fool would trust a mainstream media outlet blindly.)