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Why MLB Moved All-Star Game

No one has this story right. Not even close. Not even… in the same Ballpark.

Commissioner Rob Manfred moved the All Star Game and MLB Draft from Atlanta, Georgia to Denver, Colorado, supposedly because of “Voting Laws” and “Oppression.” With trillions (not a typo) of dollars on the line, the recent Houston Astros World Series cheating scandal, and a cast of characters connected through the New York Mafia all the way back to ancient Rome, I figured I’d tell the REAL story of why Rob Manfred moved the MLB All Star Game… and why no one in the mainstream media will go near it.

More from Jon Ward.

100 Corporations Push Fascism

A hundred corporations are seeking to subvert state voting laws and institute fascism. The corporations held a conference call, by phone, to discuss ways they can try to subvert and overturn new voting laws by states aimed at curbing the wanton corruption we saw happening in the 2020 presidential election.

It’s time for all of us who want fair elections to remind these corporations that we do not appreciate nor support their fascism. The best way to do that: Boycott their products. Support their competitors.

Who are these buzzards? Some are quite predictable, like Delta Airlines, Coca Cola or Nike, whose CEO collects Satanic art. But there are many new outfits getting dragged into this fray, including Major League Baseball, which is laughably now copying the same kinds of Leftist meddling causing NFL and NBA attendance to completely crater.

Here, Styxhexenhammer666 addresses the problem and gives us some ideas to help solve it. He says, “It’s hand in hand with big tech censorship and multinational bureaus and heads influencing our system. Lemmings suddenly think billionaires act in the public interest.” Here’s a link to learn more: https://archive.ph/9V8yo

Why The All-Star Game Moved

Brent Pella and AwakenwithJP discuss why MLB moved the All-Star Game. Was it really about punishing Atlanta or rather a case of MLB making a lot more money basing the game in an upper-class, white, Leftist stronghold like Denver?

Democrats Nuked Themselves

Major League Baseball just pulled the All-Star Game out of Atlanta, complaining about Georgia’s new laws aimed at stopping voting fraud and upholding election integrity. We happen to support Georgia’s voter ID efforts. Elections should not be subject to widespread fraud, and settled based on phony ballots hauled into counting centers after midnight.

2020 was the year America saw our elections turn into full-scale Latin American travesties. Several states where President Donald Trump led — Georgia, Michigan, Arizona, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania, among them — all saw dramatic shifts after post-midnight recounts.

This is how elections in Venezuela and Mexico have been settled for many years. It’s not a system rooted in true democracy, but rather outright vote rigging and fraud.

How does MLB figure into this affair? Tim Pool says the baseball league was looking for any excuse to pull out of Atlanta and go to a new site, Denver, Colorado, where the league can reap higher profits. The baseball executives, including MLB’s head charlatan Rob Manfred, are only suceeding in punishing the poor, mostly black residents, of Atlanta, while rewarding a bunch of rich, white, dope smoking counterparts in Colorado.

You can call that social justice. We call it what it is: Chicanery!

Major League Baseball is experiencing a massive backlash as sports fans reject the crass relocation of the All-Star Game from Georgia to Colorado. You have to wonder if MLB even represents American interests any longer or whether it’s just another woke front for the Chinese, the same as Hollywood and other pro sports leagues, including the NFL and NBA. Many of us are longtime sports fans, but we have had enough. You suppress our rights and play these dirty games, you deserve a monster backlash! More from Dr. Steve Turley.

Time To Boycott Baseball

The overseers of Major League Baseball have now proven themselves to be just as idiotic as their counterparts in the National Football League and National Basketball Association. To protest Georgia’s attempts to reform its election laws, MLB has announced it will move the All-Star Game out of Atlanta, costing the state of Georgia upwards of $100 million in tourist revenue.

The fact of the matter is: The new law will make it tougher for election fraud to occur in Georgia. In our estimation, that’s a step in the right direction. There was ample evidence of widespread cheating in the 2020 election, with Atlanta being one of the hotspots for the thievery.

Styxhexenhammer666 says “not many SJWs watch sports, MLB.” Why is a sports league trying to dictate election laws anyway? MLB can’t even decide whether to apply the DH, or designated hitter, in both the American and National Leagues!

The bottom line: It’s now time to boycott MLB the same as we have stopped going to NFL or NBA games.  Does that mean you can’t buy a pack of baseball cards? That’s up for you to decide yourself.

But if each of us cancels purchasing some tickets, or touring major league parks, the MLB will feel the economic crunch. And they need to get hit — hard. So hard, they stick with playing the game, as opposed to ever again maliciously trying to dictate our national politics.

NFL Ratings Hit The Skids!

NFL ratings tank and NBA study says politics led to a ratings collapse. Who could of possibly foreseen this? Oh wait. Literally everyone. The entire MLB, NBA, all sports in general. Sorry but we don’t want your opinion on politics. Just put the ball in the hole, over the fence or in the end zone. More from The Quartering.

Time To Red Pill The People

Today’s interview is with Aubrey Huff, former Major League Baseball infielder and outfielder who played 13 seasons with five different teams, concluding with the San Francisco Giants. Aubrey breaks down the political agenda of the [Deep State] on how they are trying to get Trump out of office and change the country. We are in a fight and we need to red pill the people and take back the country. Aubrey discusses how those who don’t go along with the narrative are treated differently in Hollywood, the sports world, and similar venues.

 

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