Major League Baseball made a surprising decision a few days ago by pulling the MLB All-Star Game from Atlanta due to changes in Georgia's voting laws. Clay Travis brings on Georgia Governor Brian Kemp to discuss the decision made by baseball, and the negative effects it's likely to have on the league and his state.
Clay and Governor Kemp explain how and why this decision came about. Governor Kemp goes into detail on what the new bill actually requires and how it compares to other states. Not only is the July 13th exhibition no longer in Atlanta for Braves fans, but it also means that the one hundred million dollars the All-Star Game generates will no longer be helping small businesses across the Atlanta area.
Clay and the Governor are clearly displeased and believe that this is an injustice being caused by misinformation being spread by the "internet mob." What is the Governor's message to MLB and Braves fans?
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