US companies ‘outraged’ at voting ID law, missing on China abuses
The left has galvanised corporate America and the sporting world to go “all in on matters to do with morality,” but the same characters are no where to be seen on China’s abuse of human rights, according to Sky News host Paul Murray.
A voting law in Georgia signed by the Republican governor which will mandate people voting by mail to provide photo ID has caused major uproar in the United States with many claiming the bill is racist.
Major League Baseball decided to move its All-Star game from Atlanta, Georgia in protest to the law, while Georgia-based companies Coca-Cola and Delta Airlines have joined a bid to challenge the bill.
“If these companies are all in on matters to do with morality or to do with access to democracy, any chance that they’re going to start blowing up about China.”