Sen. Paul: MLB & others attack Ga., work with Chinese Communist Party
UPDATED 6:05 PM PT – Tuesday, April 6, 2021
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) called on Americans to boycott Major League Baseball for attacking Georgia’s election laws while doing business in China.
— Senator Rand Paul (@RandPaul) April 3, 2021
On Tuesday, the Kentucky senator said Americans must boycott each and every company that attacks laws meant to uphold the integrity of U.S. elections. He explained that while MLB is attacking Americans fighting for voter integrity, they’re cozying up with the Chinese Communist Party. He pointed to the lavish new contract between MLB and the Chinese firm Tencent, which was signed last week.
Paul’s remarks are supported by President Trump and millions of Americans.
“Delta Airlines also has ties with Communist China, it’s probably all just a big coincidence,” political commentator JP Sears said. “Moving along, even Barack Obama took a break from controlling things behind the scenes to congratulate Major League Baseball for taking a stand, against America, and for Chinese Communism. Here.”
Congratulations to @MLB for taking a stand on behalf of voting rights for all citizens. There’s no better way for America’s pastime to honor the great Hank Aaron, who always led by example.
— Barack Obama (@BarackObama) April 3, 2021
Paul added Americans must openly oppose and stand up to the intimidation and harassment by large corporations. He said the likes of MLB, Coca-Cola, Delta and others “would rather associate with Communist China,” and conservatives should “fight back.”