A new ad lambasts Democrats for their deceitful maligning of Georgia’s election security law, which resulted in tomorrow’s MLB All-Star Game being moved.
Judge-Executive David Voegele in Oldham County, Kentucky, wrote a letter calling out Coca-Cola for malfeasance and demanded the removal of its products.
A Republican-controlled county in the state of North Carolina moved to ban Coca-Cola vending machines from office buildings.
Biden continues to float “Jim Crow” around, dangling it before seething and corrupt media, but the comparison to Georgia’s election law doesn’t stand.
While application OfferUp virtue-signals about election security after the Georgia bill fallout, it also requires users to pass ID verification.
It is not the 1980s, and the sun is not shining down in Washington. It is time to fight like your country depends on it — because it does.
United Airlines is yet another company that contradicts itself by opposing the Georgia election bill signed by Republican Gov. Brian Kemp.
After the MLB decided to move its All-Star Game from Atlanta because of a GOP Georgia election bill, Trump called out woke corporations for their role.
A Republican election bill signed by Gov. Brian Kemp of Georgia leaves out two provisions intended to secure elections in the state.
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