Kraken Lawyer Loses $100M Suit Over All-Star Game

Reuters reports:

Baseball’s annual All-Star Game next month will remain in Denver after a federal judge on Thursday rejected a conservative small business group’s request that it be returned to Atlanta.

Major League Baseball had moved the July 13 game to Denver’s Coors Field from Truist Park outside Atlanta in early April, shortly after Georgia adopted a restrictive new voting law.

At a hearing in Manhattan federal court, U.S. District Judge Valerie Caproni said Job Creators Network did not show it had legal standing to challenge the move, including on behalf of its estimated 3,600 members in the Atlanta area, or would suffer irreparable harm if the game stayed in Denver.

Law & Crime reports:

Eviscerating the legal arguments of a pro-Donald Trump lawyer deeply involved in efforts to overturn the 2020 presidential election, a federal judge refused to issue an injunction forcing Major League Baseball to move the All-Star Game back to Atlanta, Georgia.

JCN is represented by one of the key figures behind the conspiratorial legal offensive to overturn the 2020 election results: Kleinhendler, who was part of the so-called “Kraken” legal team that unsuccessfully tried to topple elections in Georgia, Michigan, Wisconsin and Arizona.