Companies headquartered in Georgia continue to receive fierce pushback after Republican Gov. Brian Kemp signed a voter suppression bill into law.
On Saturday, broadcaster Keith Olbermann called for a boycott of Delta Airlines over the legislation after the company reportedly put out an internal communication praising the efforts of the company's lobbyists to make the bill slightly less draconian.
"Do not fly Delta. Do not spend money with Delta. Boycott Delta. Ruin Delta," Olbermann tweeted, using the hashtag #BoycottDelta.
I suggested yesterday that Baseball would have to be the first practical national target if #BoycottGeorgia @Delta… https://t.co/38ilAkkyGC— Keith Olbermann (@Keith Olbermann)1616873119.0
The former ESPN announcer also called for Major League Baseball to punish Georgia by moving the All-Star game from Atlanta.
NEW VIDEO: OLBERMANN VS. APARTHEID GEORGIA. You can't hold the baseball All-Star game the home state of Jackie Robi… https://t.co/3YgE61bGnv— Keith Olbermann (@Keith Olbermann)1616871600.0