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Many have been scratching their heads, wondering why the MLB made such an idiotic decision to pull the All-Star Games out of Atlanta.
While it appeared to be a big virtue-signaling moment, some reports are suggesting that it might be more than that.
According to reports, the MLB’s decision to pull the game from Georgia was egged on by none other than the disgraced wannabe governor Stacey Abrams.
The MLB commissioner had a close chat with Abrams just before the league decided to make its catastrophic decision.
Pretty curious huh?
Stacey Abrams? The same Stacey Abrams who’s been telling voters in Georgia ahead of her next run for governor in 2022 that she’s against boycotts for fear of the economic damage they’ll do to lower-income workers?
She couldn’t be saying one thing to the public and another to business leaders behind closed doors, could she?
I’m skeptical. For one reason: If she egged MLB on privately to yank the All-Star Game and then turned around and cut a video for public consumption disagreeing with the move, baseball executives would have ratted her out to the press, no? They would have resented taking an unpopular action at her behest only to find her on the other side of the dispute once the deed was done. They would have leaked. And so far, no one has.
It’s possible that Abrams asked him not to pull the game and Manfred went ahead with it anyway, knowing that the dispute otherwise would have pitted players against each other eventually. It’s also possible that Manfred was initially inclined to keep the game in Atlanta on Abrams’s advice but then got spooked after Biden said he’d “strongly support” moving it.
Honestly, at this point, Abrams being involved in this wouldn’t really be a huge surprise.
It was such a politically charged move that a slimey politican like Abrams being behind it doesn’t seem like much of a stretch.
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