GOP Rep. slams 'false narrative perpetrated by the far left'

April 4, 2021 / 968 views

GOP Rep. Drew Ferguson says "We will win this argument based on the facts, not on the false narrative perpetrated by the far left. This is about making sure that every single American has the right to vote and to choose their own future in this country."

The context of his quote stems from this article:

Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp (R) fiercely defended his state's new voting law after the MLB said it was pulling its All-Star Game out of Atlanta, saying the new restrictions were “worth” boycotts and lawsuits against the Peach State.


“Free and fair elections are the foundation of who we are as a state and a nation. Secure, accessible, fair elections are worth the threats. They are worth the boycotts as well as the lawsuits,” Kemp said at a press conference Saturday.

“I want to be clear: I will not be backing down from this fight, and neither are the people who are here with me today,” he added.

The comments marked Kemp's latest rebuke of MLB over its Friday announcement that the July 13 game would be taken out of Georgia over the law he signed last month.

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The new restrictions include limits on ballot drop boxes, shorter periods in which Georgia residents can apply for mail-in ballots and new photo ID requirements for absentee voting.

Democrats have come out swinging against the new law, saying it amounts to voter suppression and pressuring private companies to speak out against it.

The MLB is a bunch of morons for moving the all-star game. How many kids were excited to see the best players in the league up-close and in their city? All that possible revenue taken from Atlanta too... what a stupid decision by the MLB. Shame on them!

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