Here’s a tweet that won’t age well, and not for just one reason. As you know by now, Major League Baseball has decided to move the All-Star Game out of Atlanta in reaction to Georgia’s new election law. Washington Post sports columnist Thomas Boswell had a scalding-hot take, calling it the game’s most important action since Jackie Robinson broke baseball’s color barrier in 1947.

We like the hedging of bets at the end there; MLB believes it knows the nation’s pulse.

We don’t believe MLB has any idea what the nation’s pulse is.