No MLB All-Star Game In Atlanta: Can A Red State Ever Host Again?

So, Colorado has 15 days of early voting? But Georgia has 17? It's always a bummer when facts and truth get in the way of a good story.

Major League Baseball made the decision to pull this years All-Star Game out of Atlanta due to Georgia's new voting laws, which the left say are restrictive, even though they are actually not.

Now, according to media reports, the mid-summer classic is being moved to Coors Field in Denver.

"Here we go again, injecting politics into sports" said Warner Todd Huston of Breitbart. "The sad thing is, Major League baseball until last year was one of the last sports to do that, and their ratings were great because of it."

Baseball used to be 'America's pastime'. Not anymore. MLB is now a distant 4th behind the NFL, College Football, and the NBA.

With no regard for it's fan base, or for more than half of the country, now that baseball is 'woke', will we ever see a 'red state' host a major sporting event again?

Texas Governor Greg Abbott pushed back, declining to throw out the first pitch at the Rangers opener, while also vowing that Texas will not pursue any future MLB events due to the "false narrative" about the new Georgia voting laws.

Warner Todd Huston also told KTRH, "You would think that any red state is next. These big sports leagues can punish any state over any kind of rule they don't like."

Love, tolerance, inclusion. Unless you disagree. "It only affects Atlanta, Georgia. The town that voted for Biden the most, and a town that is majority African-American."

What ever happened to peanuts and Cracker Jacks?

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