Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) just launched a new attack and Democrats are absolutely fuming. He really went for the jugular — they can’t stand it.
Paul said on Fox News that if major corporations “want to boycott us, why don’t we boycott them?” He was referring, of course, to the current debate unfolding in Georgia over an election integrity bill.
Coca-Cola, Delta Airlines, and Major League Baseball (MLB) are directly engaging in politics and alienating millions of conservatives in Georgia and elsewhere. Perhaps it is time to do something about it.
After all, the MLB even went as far as relocating the All-Star Game from Atlanta to Denver over the bill — even though, hypocritically, the facts don’t line up with the left’s narrative at all.
“Georgia now has more early voting than New York has,” noted Paul. “So, it’s kind of ridiculous. Even the facts don’t meet what they’re trying to do.” This is when he proposed the perfect solution.
He said that a boycott is “the only thing that will teach them a lesson,” and he couldn’t be more right. It is time for conservatives to make a point with their wallet and walk away from ‘woke’ companies.
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