RED ALERT: Top Corporations Move to DESTROY Georgia’s Election Laws

Corporate titans fail to focus on running companies; instead, they push an agenda other nations show destroy private business under one-party socialist rule.  Titans are condemning election integrity laws like Georgia’s SB 202 in their attempt to be “woke.”

Nonprofits are dedicated to a mission of sorts, whether charitable work, educating the public, advancing a policy issue, or advancing a political issue.  A for-profit company’s top objective is to turn profits for shareholders.

For-profit directors know the fiduciary obligation is to those who own shares in the company to make money, giving those shareholders a return on their investments.  Answering to the shareholders, corporate officers – from the CEO down to vice presidents, must explain their decisions best interest financially for the company.  Failure to make the decisions based on that objective, or the inability of directors to hold officers accountable, shareholders can bring lawsuits against them.

Such companies like Coca-Cola and Delta Air Lines have become so woke, taking public stands condemning some of their own customers and some shareholders as well, presumably, in Georgia and MBL moving the All-Star Game to a state with more restrictive election laws.

Many such corporate leaders are simultaneously doing business in China, which is genuinely an oppressive, freedom-crushing regime that does not allow democratic voting

Being sucked in by Joe Biden’s “big lie,” these corporate wokesters believe:  that these laws are racist and un-American.   Every day, those of us experiencing pulling out photo identification for all sorts of common activities like checking into a hotel or getting medicine find that comparison appalling.

Some corporate leaders trip over themselves to Biden’s arguments.  Consumers are turning on them by not purchasing products from them, which hits their bottom line. These corporate officers who are treating their for-profit corporations like non-profit political activist groups may yet be held to account.

Election integrity laws like voter I.D. are what Biden and these corporate leaders condemn.

The reality is this: the least favorable poll for voter I.D. laws I’ve seen lately – from the Associated Press – said that 70 percent of Americans support this commonsense measure. Other recent polls say 77 percent. Americans support these laws by overwhelming margins, and black Americans support them by a whopping 38-point margin (64 to 22). Let’s be clear: Jim Crow doesn’t get those kinds of poll numbers in the black community.

Election integrity is part of your voting rights –your legal ballot should be fully counted, not diluted by other people doing something illegal.

If Georgia is targeted today, tomorrow, it could be your home state.

But Biden is not just condemning states’ fulfilling their sovereign responsibility to protect their citizens’ votes. He’s also pushing H.R. 1 (S. 1 in the Senate) – the Corrupt Politicians Act – which would abolish all voter I.D. in America, mandate nationwide mail-in ballots with no way to confirm the identity of the sender, universally register as a voter everyone who interacts with the government, repeal laws that clean up voter rolls, and take everything that caused chaos and problems in 2020 and make it the law of the land.

The Corrupt Politicians Act is a hyper-partisan power grab to ensure that America becomes a one-party state. Only Democrats can win the White House and both houses of Congress. In just a few short years, that would mean they control the courts as well.

By the same reasoning, the corporate wokesters at Coca-Cola, Delta, MLB, and other businesses condemn SB 202.   They would also have to endorse and push the Corrupt Politicians Act. Such a regime would destroy the very free-market principles they rely upon to run successful businesses.

Laws like SB 202 make it easy to vote but hard to cheat. The Corrupt Politicians Act does the opposite. It’s not good business to take sides against such a principle of American freedom.