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April 6, 2021
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Coca-Cola, Major League Baseball and Delta Airlines are among the corporations who’ve caved to the left and are trying to boycott or punish Georgia for passing laws to insure election integrity, laws that they apparently haven’t even read because they actually make it easier for legally-qualified voters to vote, despite the multiple lies told by President Biden. And despite the fact that multiple polls now show more than 70% of Americans support voter ID laws. But speaking of being forced to show your ID…

Coke requires people to show an ID to attend their annual shareholder meeting…

…Major League Baseball requires photo ID to pick up baseball tickets at Will Call

…Of course, we all know how many ID showings, metal detectors, long lines, security checks and body cavity searches you have to suffer through to get on a Delta Airlines flight.

There are even very strict ID requirements to visit the Biden White House…

I had no idea all these good liberals were so intent on bringing back Jim Crow.

Also, a number of commentators have pointed out that some of the same if not stricter voting rules have prevailed for years in Biden’s home state of Delaware, but he never called them “Jim Crow on steroids.”

In a related story, here’s how some of these “woke” corporations, including Coke, Delta and Disney think Georgia doesn’t come up to their high moral standards but are perfectly fine with cozying up to the genocidal communist government of China.

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  • Paul Diehl

    04/06/2021 06:20 PM

    Why not just provide assistance to anyone eligible wanting to vote and needing photo ID. It could be as simple as a ride to DMV for free ID or a fund for legal help where needed. This would even help their everyday life as photo ID is needed for many activities. It also would be a lot cheaper than court case after court case. Sounds like a win-win to me.