Mike Pompeo Blasts MLB for Boycotting Georgia over Election Law

Posted 8 days ago

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Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo (R) questioned Major League Baseball’s (MLB) decision to pull its All-Star game and Draft from Atlanta over the state’s election integrity law, inquiring why MLB continues to do business in Communist China which embraces a hierarchal electoral system of voting, barring any meaningful elections.

“There’s no voter ID required because there’s no voting that takes place. Why does the @MLB still do business there?” Pompeo asked.

“It’s shameful that their decision in Georgia was fact-free, based on what the left-wing media told executives to do,” he added:

If you live in mainland China, there’s no voter ID required because there’s no voting that takes place. Why does the @MLB still do business there? It’s shameful that their decision in Georgia was fact-free, based on what the left-wing media told executives to do.

Elections under the Chinese Communist Party operate based on a “hierarchal electoral system where the leaders at the different levels are elected differently.” Citizens only vote directly for the Local People’s Congress, while other levels are “indirectly elected by the People’s Congress representatives immediately below them,” per World Atlas.

“The various Local People’s Congresses also elect their respective heads of counties, mayors, and governors. The National People’s Congress, which is made up of 2,980 delegates, elects the State Council and the president,” the outlet reported:

The electoral system of the People’s Republic of China is broadly divided into two: direct and indirect elections. The direct election takes place in cities that are not divided into townships, towns, city districts, counties, and districts. It involves the direct elections of the Local People’s Congress. The candidates for the election are nominated by the political parties including the Communist Party of China (CPC). The final nomination list is worked out by means of consultation with gr... (Read more)



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