Mr. Trump called for a "boycott" of businesses opposed to election integrity laws

Mr. Trump called for a “boycott” of businesses opposed to election integrity laws

Former President Donald Trump has long condemned leftist activists to “play dirty” for promoting a culture of eradication against the right-wing across society, but now says “it’s time for the end. “For Republicans and rightists to do the same thing and boycott the” awakened “businesses already angry at the passage of electoral integrity laws.

For years the extremist Democrats have played the dirty game of boycotting products [của các công ty] when anything at that company is made or declared in any way attacks them”, Mr. Trump wrote in a statement via Save America PAC on Saturday (April 3, US time). “Now they are strongly linking the PROVINCE WALLET CULTURE with our sacred elections.“.

Mr. Trump called for a boycott of some companies belonging to the largest brands in the US such as Coca-Cola, Delta Airlines and UPS.

The time has come for the last time for the Republicans and the Rightists to make a massive counterattack – we have more people than them!“, Mr. Trump’s statement continued. “Boycott of Major League American Baseball, Coca-Cola, Delta Airlines, JPMorgan Chase, ViacomCBS, Citigroup, Cisco, UPS and Merck. Do not return [sử dụng] their products until they accept [luật liêm chính bầu cử]. We can play this game better than they do“.

Mr. Trump’s statement above is a clearer explanation for an earlier statement of his released on Friday night (April 2, US time), in which he called for a boycott of the Major League baseball tournament because Tournament organizers decided to withdraw their annual All-Star matches and other matches from Georgia on the grounds that it passed a law of election integrity that the Republicans call a law that helps “easy to vote, difficult to cheat”, Which highlights the regulation that voters must present a confirmation of identity when requesting a vote-by-mail ballot.

They cheated and stole our 2020 Presidential Election, which we overwhelmingly won, and then, along with that, [họ] boycotts and threatens companies to be afraid and submit. Never submit, never give up. The Extreme Left will destroy our Country if we let them do it“, Mr. Trump stated and affirmed:”We will not become a Socialist State. Happy Easter!

In a statement on Friday night (April 2), former President Trump called for a boycott of the Major League American professional baseball tournament after tournament organizers decided to cancel all matches in the city of Atlanta, Georiga state to oppose the new state’s electoral integrity law.

Boycott the baseball tournament and all the awakened companies are interfering in the Free and Fair Elections”Mr. Trump wrote.

According to Axios, more than 100 companies have come together to condemn Georiga state’s electoral integrity law. Among these, there are large companies such as Facebook, Google, Bank of America, Apple, Microsoft, Coca-Cola, American Express, UPS, Delta, and Home Depot.

Major League President Rob Manfred on Friday (April 2) announced the decision to move all All-Star matches out of Georgia, citing “Thoughtful dialogues“With athletes.

I decided that the best way to showcase our sporting values ​​was by rearranging the venue for this year’s All-Star and MLB Draft matches.“Manfred wrote in a statement on April 2.

Meanwhile, Mr. Trump said that the US professional baseball league is losing “extremely many members“In the fan clubs because this tournament organizers fear the extreme description.

They are frightened by members of the Radical Left Democrats who don’t want voter IDs, which are so much needed, in relation to our elections.”Mr. Trump wrote.

Before being signed into law by Governor Brian Kemp on March 25, the 95-page Republican election integrity bill was passed by both houses of Georgia. The House of Representatives approved with 100 votes in favor, 75 votes against and the Senate passed with 34 positive and 20 negative votes. No Democrats approved this bill.

The new law has a provision requiring absentee voting voters to provide ID (citizenship identification), replacing the signature confirmations that were used in the 2020 election. The law also prohibits the state from sending mail. the absentee ballot application forms for voters when they have no prior request.

In addition, the new law also includes the following:

• Restrict mail boxes placed in early voting locations, and those boxes that do not receive early ballots during the last 4 days of an election;

• Extend voting the weekend before general elections with polling hours required on two Saturdays across the state, and selected counties hold two-Sunday early voting;

• Give the state Election Commission control of election committees of certain counties that the State Election Commission deems intervention is necessary;

• Reduce the time gap between general elections and second-round elections from 9 weeks to 4 weeks.

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See more:

  • The Texas Senate passes an ‘easy to vote, hard to cheat’ electoral integrity bill

  • Kentucky lawmakers pass “Easy to vote, hard to cheat” electoral reform bill


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