Gov. Greg Abbott Warns Texas Companies: Stay Out Of Politics

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott ripped the progressive backlash against the Georgia election reform bill during an appearance Tuesday on FOX News, warning Texas companies not to follow the example set by Georgia companies like Coca-Cola and Delta Airlines. "I'm sending a message to these Texas-based companies that have made the very same mistake with regard to Texas laws," Abbott said. "We have American Airlines, we have AT&T, we have Dell Computers and others who have taken a position against the election law reforms that we made in the state of Texas where the CEOs of these companies and the leaders of these companies admitted that they had no idea what the Texas law said or what the Texas proposed law says before taking a position against it." "They need to stay out of politics, especially when they have no clue what they're talking about," Abbott said. The Texas governor also said Tuesday that there would be no so-called "vaccine passports" required in his state. Sound on: pic.twitter.com/UgrO6YFgxh- Greg Abbott (@GregAbbott_TX) April 6, 2021

Gov. Greg Abbott Warns Texas Companies: Stay Out Of Politics
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott ripped the progressive backlash against the Georgia election reform bill during an appearance Tuesday on FOX News, warning Texas companies not to follow the example set by Georgia companies like Coca-Cola and Delta Airlines. "I'm sending a message to these Texas-based companies that have made the very same mistake with regard to Texas laws," Abbott said. "We have American Airlines, we have AT&T, we have Dell Computers and others who have taken a position against the election law reforms that we made in the state of Texas where the CEOs of these companies and the leaders of these companies admitted that they had no idea what the Texas law said or what the Texas proposed law says before taking a position against it." "They need to stay out of politics, especially when they have no clue what they're talking about," Abbott said. The Texas governor also said Tuesday that there would be no so-called "vaccine passports" required in his state.