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Sen. Tom Cotton posts Delta's official statement 'praising the same law that Delta is now lying about'

As Twitchy reported Wednesday, Delta CEO Ed Bastian proclaimed in a statement that Georgia’s new election law is “unacceptable.” Well, actually, he said the final bill was unacceptable and “based on a lie: that there was widespread voter fraud in Georgia in the 2020 elections. This is simply not true.” It was also simply not true that “voter suppression” cost Stacey Abrams the governorship, but we didn’t hear any CEOs speak up then. The Republican-led House has struck back, passing a bill to strip Delta of a multimillion-dollar tax break.


Sen. Tom Cotton decided it was a good time to repost Bastian’s statement following the passage of election reform bills by the Georgia General Assembly.

“The legislation signed this week improved considerably during the legislative process, and expands weekend voting, codifies Sunday voting statewide and poll workers will be allowed to work across county lines,” wrote Bastian.



But political activists can’t hand out free food and drinks to people waiting in line to vote. That seems to be the narrative here; people are going to dehydrate and die trying to reach the polls and that’s the way Republicans want it.



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