Former President Trump on Saturday added to the list of organizations that he called on supporters to boycott voting restrictions in Georgia.
Push the news: Trump urged a boycott of the Major League Baseball last Friday because the company plans to move its All-Star Game out of Georgia and withdrew from “all decanting companies” that are already valid, adding: “You Are you listening to Delta’s Coke?” He said in a new statement: “Boycott Major League Baseball, Coca-Cola, Delta Air Lines, JPMorgan Chase, ViacomCBS, Citigroup, Cisco, UPS and Merck.”
What else did he say: Trump accuses “radical left-wing Democrats”
- Trump said: “Now, they are shining in the “abolition of professional culture” and our sacred election.
- “It’s finally time for the Republicans and the Conservatives to fight back-so far, we have more people than them!” He added, then made a series of complaints, including complaints about the 2020 presidential election, and then hoped: “Easter happy!”
the other side: Democrats criticized the new law, and President Biden called it “the Jim Crow on steroids.”
- Biden said in an interview with ESPN on Wednesday that he will support Major League Baseball’s transfer of games from Atlanta due to restrictions.
- Citigroup declined to comment, and other companies listed on Trump’s boycott list did not immediately return Axios’ requests for comment.
Editor’s note: This article has been updated to include new details.