RNC airs commercial at MLB All-Star game criticizing Democrats for ‘lying’ about Georgia’s new election laws – resulting in her displacement
- The MLB All-Star Game took place in Denver on Tuesday night
- It was supposed to be played in Atlanta but was moved amid anger over Georgia’s voting laws enacted in late March
- Democrats have sharply criticized Georgia’s laws, saying they make it harder for poor people and people of color to vote
- Amid the outcry, MLB has moved its game and some film and TV companies have said they will move their locations away from Georgia
- During the game, the Republican National Committee aired an advertisement accusing Democrats of “lying” about Georgia’s electoral changes
The Republican National Committee aired an advertisement Tuesday evening accusing Democrats of ‘lying’ about Georgia’s voting laws, which sparked Major League Baseball’s decision to move their all-star game away from the state. and keep it in Colorado instead.
Georgia’s Republican governor enacted a bill in March that Democrats said reduced voting rights.
Amid the outcry, movie studios said they would boycott the state and stop filming there, and the MLB dropped plans to play their all-star game in Atlanta.
As the game unfolded on Tuesday, the RNC aired their campaign.
Melvin Everson, former Republican State House member and pastor, said during the announcement: “Democrats have stolen our All-Star Game to advance their divisive political agenda.
Melvin Everson, a Georgia cabinet minister and former state Republican in their home, starred in the 30-second commercial produced by the RNC, which aired Monday and Tuesday.
Everson appeared in the ad, which aired Monday and Tuesday, and said Democrats stole the All-Star Game from his state.
On Tuesday, the All-Star Game was held in Denver, Colo., Rather than Atlanta, where it was originally scheduled to take place.
“Politicians and businesses have lied, while black communities have been hit the hardest.
“Even though a majority of black voters support laws like voter identification.
“For the Democrats, it’s just a game. But we were the ones who played.
The ad aired multiple times on CNN Tuesday night, as well as other channels. The RNC spent seven figures on the ad campaign, Fox News reported.
Ronna McDaniel, president of the RNC, said the Democrats-orchestrated boycott of Georgia was hurting the community.
The All-Star Game drew a large crowd in Denver, Colorado – to the anger of Atlanta, Georgia, who missed
“The lies told by politicians and democratic businesses about the integrity of the elections have real consequences, hurting Georgian families,” she said in a statement.
“Democrats don’t care the cost of their lies because their only goal is more power.
“The American people will hold the Democrats accountable for their lies about election integrity because they know our election security is too important.”
The Ministry of Justice filed a complaint aimed at blocking Georgian law.
Last week, a federal judge ruled against a demand to block parts of the law, which were linked to the observation of votes before the next second-round elections.