PRESS RELEASE: HOW MUCH MONEY IS STACEY ABRAMS MAKING FROM THE MLB’S BOYCOTT OF GEORGIA?
ATLANTA — Following Major League Baseball’s decision to move the All-Star Game out of Atlanta last week, the Cobb County Travel and Tourism Bureau released estimates that the ill-advised decision could cost locals over $100 million in revenue. While small businesses and their employees search for ways to stay afloat during the pandemic, radical Stacey Abrams continues to use her baseless attacks on Georgia’s new election integrity legislation to raise cash for her shady, George Soros-funded network of dark money political groups. Yesterday, the Atlanta Journal Constitution reported that Patagonia would contribute $1 million to Abrams’ political groups after she penned an Op-Ed last week in which she issued a veiled threat to any and all corporations she didn’t deem supportive of her misinformation campaign. And now Fox Business is reporting that Abrams may have been the one responsible for the MLB’s final decision. The only question that remains: how much is Abrams making off of her lies?
“Now we know Stacey Abrams was behind the MLB’s shameful decision to move the All-Star Game out of Atlanta. The only question that remains: How much money is she currently raising for her own political ambitions while hardworking Georgians are set to lose millions?” said Senior Strategist Jeremy Brand. “Big corporations like the MLB fell for Stacey’s deceitful narrative, and now small businesses and struggling employees—many of whom are people of color—are on the losing end. Cancel culture is killing jobs while making radical liberals like Stacey Abrams richer than ever. It’s time for Georgians to stand up, make their voices heard, and hold Abrams accountable for her disgusting brand of grifting politics.”