CBS Calls For Liberals To Boycott Georgia, Here We Go Again
Democrats and their left-wing media are desperate to stop Republicans from adding necessary securities to the voting system. The pandemic changed how American's vote, with more people opting to use the mail-in ballots over in-person voting. The obvious issue is there isn't a current system in place to prevent voter fraud. There are also absolutely no laws that prevent lawmakers from voter harvesting.
They've magically tied the issue of voter security to race. Declaring anyone who stands for tighter voter security a 'racist''. All in efforts to intimidate lawmakers but it hasn't worked as well as they had planned. Now the media is calling liberals to act.
CBS host Gayle King, best friend to millionaire Oprah Whinfrey, began with:
“Corporate America should publicly oppose any discriminatory legislation, and all measures designed to limit Americans' ability to vote.”
But they do not call for an outright boycott of the state. Two of those executives join us now to discuss. Ursula Burns is a former CEO of Xerox, and Ken Chenault with American Express. Good morning to you both. There are a lot of heavy hitters on this list including the two of you, including the two of you. I know nobody will not take the calls from either of you. So I want to know, Ken, if you could start us off, how did this come about? Did you meet to discuss? What upset you, and what do you want corporate America to do? First, how did this come about?"
Apparently, the mainstream media wants last summer's riots to return as one host, Adriana Diaz expresses her disappointment that people aren't rioting in the street just like we saw after the death of George Floyd:
"You know, this summer when there were protests after the death of George Floyd, so many companies came out of the woodwork making statements denouncing injustice, pulling out ads, commercials. In your view, is this your way of urging these companies to not just talk the talk but also walk the walk?"
On Monday, NBC’s Today hyped possible boycott with co-host Hoda Kotb touting, “Boycotting everything from Coca-Cola to the Masters?” She added, “Inside the growing calls for an economic boycott of the state’s businesses and events, including the Masters and baseball’s All-Star game, coming up after this.
Fox Business estimated that the price tag associated with last sumer's riots is likely upward of $2 billion and possibly more, according to Triple I. But the protests related to Floyd differ from others the database has tracked – never before had they been so widespread. That's what CBS wants to bring to the state of Georgia?