Noah: Corporations Speaking out Against Georgia Voting Law Isn’t Doing It out of the Goodness of Their Hearts

‘That means with just a little more pressure we can probably convince Coke to put cocaine back in their drinks!’

RUSH EXCERPT:

NOAH: ”It’s great to see corporations use their influence in support of voting rights, but just to be clear, they don’t do this out of the goodness of their hearts, right. They did it because liberals were threatening to boycott them if they didn’t speak out. And it’s actually amazing what you can get companies to do when you threaten a boycott. I mean, just the threat of a boycott got Coca-Cola to back a voting rights group. Think about that. That means with just a little more pressure we can probably convince Coke to put cocaine back in their drinks!” 

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