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Delta, JPMorgan among others condemn Georgia’s voting law

Delta, JPMorgan among others condemn Georgia’s voting law

Prominent companies and sports teams have publicly condemned a controversial new voting law recently passed in Georgia. The condemnations come after clergymen and voting-rights advocates began criticizing corporations for their silence. Coca-Cola and Delta Air Lines, as well as the country’s biggest bank, JPMorgan Chase, described the legislation as being ’wrong’ and ’based on a lie’.

Robert_Clearwater 2 weeks

Fascism is many things, but in particular it is a merger of corporate and government authority. In this example, multiple corporations are trying to shame a state government into a certain behavior. A computer company, a soda company, and an airplane company have absolutely no business in sending highly publicized letters to the elected officials of a state in an attempt to influence the law. If you cheer for this your wingman is Mussolini.

Patrick Henry
Patrick Henry 2 weeks

All this corporate "outrage" on various issues (going woke) is from companies participating in a new additional "credit score" system called the ESG system. "ESG" score: Environmental, Social, and Governance score. This is literally the precursor to the CCP's social credit system, but implemented on a corporate level. That way they can get around governmental and individual barriers to it. Want to run a business? What's your ESG?... Want to host "deplorables"? You know that lowers your ESG, right? Want to have everyone treated with respect and hired based on performance, not worthless demographics? Low ESG for you.

Rocky 2 weeks

"Microsoft hates fair elections" Fixed the title. I'm not sure why any company would appose election security laws. What an extremely strange publicity decision.🤷🏾‍♂️

Mike 2 weeks

Here is another example of corporations with political agendas. Usually they try to be coy about it. Not the arrogant companies though. Bill Gates is our savior, after all. His company and CEO must know what's best for the lame POC that Biden says doesn't even know how to log onto the internet.

Lcifer 2 weeks

Lol you want secure voting it's called ID required just like guns, tobacco, alcohol, Marijuana (in every states that's legalized it), renting a car, opening a bank account, the list goes on

Gordon 2 weeks

Time for them to put their money where their mouths are and withdraw their services and products from that state!

Rush 2 weeks

Break Microsoft up already. Tired of corporations hawking extremist viewpoints. They are control freaks that are out of control.

Bingo!! over target...
Bingo!! over target... 2 weeks

1. You want to come into the country illegally during a pandemic? 🇺🇸= No worries.........2. You want to make sure everyone has a vaccine proof passport for experimental vaccine? 🇺🇸= HELL YES!!! ....3. You want to make sure there is secure elections by verifying voter ID? 🇺🇸 = NOoooooooo 😵😵😵😰😰😭😭😠😠REEEEE!!!!! 0MG 0MG 0MG you naz! sc u m white supremac!sts!!!! Oooh HOW DARE YOU?????

6Million$Mansplainer 2 weeks

Covid passports ☑️ Voter ID 🤬

Slevin Kelevra
Slevin Kelevra 2 weeks

And now I'm a Pepsi drinker. As for Delta, I stopped doing business with them years ago.

michael 2 weeks

Microsoft should shut up until they allow that vaccine we paid for to drop it's copyright claim so that the world can be vaccinated before the mutations render our current vaccine obsolete. Capitalism can't respond to disasters.

Drunkin Lephrechaun
Drunkin Lephrechaun 2 weeks

They should get out of Georgia and head to a state more in stride with their cultural New York, New Jersey or California. Sure the state taxes are going to eat your profits and hamstring your competitiveness in your chosen markets, possibly causing you eventual bankruptcy, but that’s a small price to pay for sitting atop the SJW dung pile and having 35 year old perpetual college students throw laurel leaves to you. Yes, your employees will all need new jobs and lose their “profit sharing” and 401k they have worked so hard for but think how good they will feel knowing they have struck a blow for freedom. Do it! Leave Georgia NOW! Georgia, you can thank me later.

Robert_Clearwater 2 weeks

To buy a gun anywhere in this country, I have to be appear mentally fit to the clerk, present a valid photo ID, and pass a background check. To vote in some parts of this country, I simply say a name that appears on the voter logs.

Slevin Kelevra
Slevin Kelevra 2 weeks

Still waiting for someone to explain how this law affects any group differently than any other (not counting the voter fraud group but dems say they don't exist).

michael 2 weeks

Why the heck are corporations getting in on this? Fewer voters means their lobbyists have more power.

AntiBS 2 weeks

These companies should sti k to their business and shut the f... up. It should be illegal for companies to meddle in politics.

Ben 2 weeks

How dare people participate in a democracy, we’re Microsoft. Now bow down and pay your licence fees.

TexasReb 2 weeks

Everyone scrambling to prove their "wokeness". Nothing more, nothing less. They really should keep their corporate mouths shut when it comes to politics.

riheg 2 weeks

Republicans for some reason chose to use religious arguments for these laws in the debates. I’m for a secular society even though I’m a Christian. I’d think legal arguments would be enough. Also It’s embarrassing that the richest country in the world has hour long voting lines where you’re not allowed to recieve water.

David Foxfire
David Foxfire 2 weeks

You've got a choice, people. You can either have voter legislation or you can have secessions. It up to you. One of these things is going to happen and there's no stopping it. Voter IDs or Civil War II; make your choice.

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