Via email from hate group leader Tony Perkins:
If the bosses over at Major League Baseball think fans have moved on from their Georgia stunt, they’re wrong. It’s past time to deal with our pastime, Republicans say. And this week, a group of House and Senate leaders have unveiled a bill that would make the Commissioner Rob Manfred’s All-Star move hurt. A lot.
That means, Forbes points out, the league probably wouldn’t be able to keep its contract with minor league teams; it would have difficulty with trademark rights for manufacturing; the gambling industry wouldn’t be able to centralize certain statistics; there would be lawsuits from competitors and fights over things like salary caps and team location changes.
Senator Rick Scott (R-Fla.) said, “Let me give you woke corporate leaders a heads-up: Everybody can see the game you are playing. Everybody can see your lies. You are the naked emperor. So, cancel as many people as you can right now. Keep telling your customers how racist and sexist and unsophisticated they are. The backlash is coming.”