Woka-Cola Now Feeling Heat From Conservatives Over Lies About Georgia Election Integrity Law Now Says ‘It’s Time To Find Common Ground’

Remember about a couple of weeks ago when Coca-Cola company became Coca-Cola coming out against Georgia’s new election integrity law, and CEO James Quincey called the measures to stop voter fraud “unacceptable” and a “step backwards” in an effort to join other companies that cowered to the Woke Supremacy?

Well, now the soda company is coming back to the table with a more conciliatory tone. Of course, it wasn’t because the company realized they were wrong about what they said of the Georgia law, and let’s be honest, they were as wrong as wrong could be. No, they are coming back with hat in hand because conservatives showed the Woke’s that they are the ones who work jobs and earn money, and sometimes when they go food shopping at the local supermarket they pick up a case of Coca Cola, unlike the Woke who don’t work and live in their mother’s basement eating a Hot Pocket. No offense to Hot Pockets, I love them!

Woka-Cola company is based in Atlanta, and they were not on the list of over 500 corporations that signed a statement denouncing any election integrity legislation that would “restrict” voters from having “an equal and fair opportunity to cast a ballot.” Of course, that’s not what the Georgia election law did, but you can’t tell that to the Woke Supremacy because they’re idiots and they don’t get facts. They must’ve gotten the FACTS vaccine as a kid because now they don’t get FACTS.

The statement was published as an ad in the New York Times and the Washington Post. All of those companies were scammed because there is nothing racist in the Georgia law.

Woka-Cola said they never saw the letter, but the company is “certainly open to hearing their perspective.” They said the company has supported the right to vote in the past and that it will assess how to support voting rights. In other words, they realize they may have jumped the gun when they trashed the election law.

“We believe the best way to make progress now is for everyone to come together to listen, respectfully share concerns and collaborate on a path forward. We remain open to productive conversations with advocacy groups and lawmakers who may have differing views,” the company said. “It’s time to find common ground. In the end, we all want the same thing – free and fair elections, the cornerstone of our democracy.”

You see, conservatives? Your voice matters. You sent a message, and it mattered.

Progressive activists pressured the soft drink company to condemn the new law, with protesters holding a “ die-in” at Atlanta’s World of Coca-Cola last month in Atlanta. Some demonstrators, including a bishop at a black Methodist Episcopal Church, even called for a boycott. That’s when the company publicly came against the law.

“We want to be crystal clear and state unambiguously that we are disappointed in the outcome of the Georgia voting legislation,” CEO Quincey said in a statement earlier this month. “Throughout Georgia’s legislative session we provided feedback to members of both legislative chambers and political parties, opposing measures in the bills that would diminish or deter access to voting.”

You could be fairly certain that the company learned quickly that those leftists who did the die-in aren’t the ones who buy up most of their Coca-Cola products.

Understanding the law and getting angry after progressives lied about the law being racist, including Joe Biden who said that Georgia was heading back to Jim Crow, conservatives started fighting back and now the company was in their crosshairs.

Earlier this month, former President Donald Trump made a statement that America First supporters should boycott Woka-Cola and other companies, saying, “Don’t go back to their products until they relent. We can play the game better than them.”

Coke is now calling for “common ground” and saying it’s open to “productive conversations with advocacy groups and lawmakers” with different views on the subject I take as a sign that of the company is trying to ease the pressure from both sides of the political spectrum. What they will find out next is that though conservatives are reasonable and will talk and listen, progressives don’t give a crap. Like a terminator progressives can’t be bargained with, they can’t be reasoned with, they don’t feel pity or remorse and they absolutely will not stop their nonsense until you stand up to them.

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