you'd think a company in atlanta would find a black person to place in one of those c suite offices. later in the show we'll be taking a closer look at woke capitalism and what we can do about it, but we're going to start with a look at the covid pandemic. by any measure, the progress we're making is enormous. more than 100 million people in the u.s. have now received the vaccine. the economy is now opening up, indeed, the u.s. is doing better than most major economies in the world. this week, the imf forecasted it would return much faster than most of the g7 countries. yet they seem determined to downplay the progress that's been made. in fact, to listen to them, they actually seem to want to keep us locked down and terrified indefinitely. >> we aren't at the finish line. we still have a lot of work to do. we're still in a life and death race against this virus. the real question is, how much death, disease and misery are we going to see between now and then. now's not the time to celebrate. gerry: the media, of course, is weighing in. the coverage in most of the newspapers these da
atlanta is 52% black, denver is 10% black. colorado requires voter id. how is it possible that these titans of industry didn't even read your new law and just came out and rolled over for the progressive mobs? >> yeah, that's exactly finish they folded like a wet dish rag are to the cancel culture. i mean, it is woke in real life, and americans and georgians should be scared. what are they going to come after next in -- next? what value do you have that they're coming after next? are they going to come after your small business next? because that's who's getting screwed here, maria. it's the small business people that have have profited from the all-star game. and and now moving to colorado, they have a voter idea. president biden's been talking about how bad voter id is. he did the pregame for the ncaa championship the other night that was all held in indiana. that's the birthplace of photo id. that's where the first lawsuit that was upheld that says it's okay to have a voter id. most americans and most georgians support this. this is so hypocritical x.
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