Asking People on the Street in Georgia: Is it Racist to Ask for an ID?

Major League Baseball plans to siphon off upwards of $100 million from a diverse Atlanta population because Stacey Abrams and Joe Biden said words to the effect that showing your ID when voting is an act of White Supremacy. When the truth-seeking journalists in this video ask people in the snubbed city how they feel about the state’s new voter law, it doesn’t fit with the phony Democrat narrative.

It seems counterintuitive that professional baseball would send its All-Star game to less diverse Colorado that has more than 90 percent White Americans. But predominately Black businesses and a culturally mixed workforce in Atlanta will now further struggle to get out of the pandemic hole.

Beyond having fewer minority citizens, Colorado’s voting regulations are so strict they border on Draconian. None of that mattered when the baseball commissioner took a bat to Atlanta to support left-wing radicals who impugned the integrity of the 2020 elections. That being said, what Atlantans have to say about moving the All-Star game and the new law will stun liberals.

 

When asked about whether it is racist to ask someone for an ID to vote, Georgians randomly asked on the street emphatically said, “No!” In fact, one man goes on at length listing a variety of reasons people must already show ID in everyday life.

Imagine getting on an airplane without identification in the wake of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. If you want to know how people in Atlanta really feel about Major League Baseball throwing them a spitball, watch this video.


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6 thoughts on “Asking People on the Street in Georgia: Is it Racist to Ask for an ID?”

  1. A lot of
    Democratic leaning organizations are strongly looking for “racism” where it does NOT exist. They are unhappy with this, And keep stirring up trouble where it doesn’t resist. But then, I guess they have nothing better to do!

  2. When I voted in the US in the past, I probably was asked for ID.
    When I get on a plane, I mush have proper ID and possibly a passport.

    White supremacy is bullshit. All colors must provide ID.

  3. Honest elections NEED STANDARDS. A VOTER I’D is required of everyone so how is that racist.Individuals perpetratimg that myth are MORONS and should be silenced
    We need HONEST ELECTIONS

  4. I double dog dare the baseball commissioner to go on a national program and defend his decision to move the game, and have someone with the facts to question him. I would pay to see that

  5. This is all bs period . Moving MLB out of Georgia to Colorado is the one of the worst radical no sense actions that have been taken . Everyone needs a ID for just about everything, therefore requiring a ID to vote is not only a no brainer, it is required in many states as it should be. Why are people so afraid of showing who they are?? Protecting everyone’s right to vote should be first and foremost in all of our lives. When we fly ,ID, go on a cruise ID, go to a concert ID go to the bank ID, go to a club ID, the list goes on and on. I for one am not afraid or ashamed to show who I am wherever it is necessary which is pretty much everything. MLB caved into the radical Democrats agenda who lied about the new voting bill in Georgia and without even reading it pretty much , snap out went MLB!! Let’s remind this organization that this is a SPORT not a political party or idea or affiliation, a sport that should just be what it is meant to be entertainment!!! The baseball commissioner made a huge mistake and I for one will not attend or watch any baseball , love the game but am disgusted with what they did which is hurting so many businesses in Atlanta especially those small businesses who are suffering from the effects of the lockdowns due to Covid and were looking for the revenue that the games would bring.People so enjoy the All Star game and everything that goes with it , just ripped out of pockets of so many . Shame on you MLB!!

  6. IF MLB, COKE, DELTA (a LOUSY airline) come to their SENSES, TAX the H*** out of THEM, since these Left Wing Traitors LOVE taxes! Otherwise, STAY OUT. One Enlightened Patriot. Team Trump And His Allies 2020 – MAGA (WE’RE NOT going away!).

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