Major League Baseball announced last week that the Atlanta Braves will host the 2025 All-Star Game.  Atlanta was supposed to host the event in 2021 but MLB took it away from the city in response to the passage of a voting law that was dubbed by left-wing critics as “racist” and a form of voter suppression.  With that same law still on the books and voting numbers rising year over year, Republican state officials were quick to get their shots in following the announcement.

“Georgia’s voting laws haven’t changed, but it’s good to see the MLB’s misguided understanding of them has. We look forward to welcoming the All-Star Game to Georgia. Go Braves!” Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp wrote in a post on X.

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