On Fox Across America with Jimmy Failla, Rep. James Comer (R-KY) detailed the actions he is considering taking against Major League Baseball after pulling the All-Star Games out of Georgia.
“I don’t think they put a lot of thought into this. I think they were easily influenced by the left. And then you throw in the fact that they’re just wrong in what they said. The whole basis for why they pulled out of Georgia is fiction. It’s just not true. And the difference in baseball and any other sports is they have the antitrust exemption and they’re treated differently. They are a monopoly. And if you’re going to start getting involved in politics and political matters, then that needs to be examined. And I think we’ve sent that message loud and clear. And I believe with all my heart, if Major League Baseball had it to do over, they would have just never said a word to begin with. But now they’ve crossed that line and they’re just going to have to suffer the consequences.”