Democrat Agitators Target Georgia-Based Corporations in Bid to Oppose GOP Voting Reforms — Coke, Home Depot First to Cave

Left-wing activists are using threats of boycotts and other actions against Georgia-based corporations that donate to Republicans as state GOP lawmakers consider a raft of voting reforms in the wake of the chaotic and controversial 2020 elections.

“It’s a continuation of a dynamic that emerged after the Jan. 6 insurrection, when a violent mob stormed the U.S. Capitol in the erroneous belief that widespread fraud handed the 2020 election to President Joe Biden: facing intractable opposition from lawmakers determined to restrict voting, voting rights advocates are taking their case directly to Republican lawmakers’ allies in the business community,” The Washington Post reported Monday.

The campaign of intimidation and threats of boycotts are already having an effect, the Post noted: The Georgia Chamber of Commerce issued a statement last week saying the organization was expressing “concern and opposition” over voting rule changes being considered by the legislature.

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