Georgia governor blames ‘cancel culture’ and Democratic criticism over elections law for MLB All-Star move

Georgia’s Republican Governor Brian Kemp blamed “cancel culture” and Democratic opposition to a recently passed elections law – and not the GOP-sponsored bill itself – for Major League Baseball’s decision to move its All-Star game from the state.

While standing alongside a dozen state Republican officials, the governor said “they will stop at nothing to silence all of us”.

He suggested critics have not singled out pieces of the bill in their assessments, despite reporters pressing him on individual elements of the law.

Asked whether he is concerned about a “snowball effect” following MLB’s move as well as opposition from massive Georgia-based companies like Coca-Cola, the governor said “you can bow down to this cancel culture” but “it will never be enough”.

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