Gov. Kemp blasts MLB for moving All-Star game out of Georgia

ATLANTA — A defiant Gov. Brian Kemp lashed out Saturday at Major League Baseball and Atlanta’s leading corporations for criticizing Georgia’s changes to its elections, saying they were bowing to pressure from Democrats who had mischaracterized the state’s new voting law. “Major League Baseball caved to the fears and lies of liberal activists,” Kemp said. “They ignored the facts of our new election integrity law and they ignored the consequences of their decision on our local community.” MLB announced on Friday that in response to Georgia’s new voting law it would move this season’s July All-St…

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