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by Salena Zito, National Political Reporter - Washington Examiner.           

One year ago the Coca-Cola company rushed to criticize the voting laws in Georgia; they issued wildly inaccurate statements about the context of the law, tweeted up a storm and went on television to make their displeasure known.

Today the soft drink giant— whose second biggest market is in Russia and where they have several plants—is eerily silent about Russia.
No tweets. No condemning of the invasion. Not only has their production kept on going— they’ve taken extraordinary measures to make sure it does.

You see there were no consequences in condemning Gov. Brian Kemp or if they upset conservatives—they had an objective—appease their woke activist shareholders. Russia? That’s a different story. 


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