Republican senate minority leader, Mitch McConnell, fire a shot at US corporations yesterday by telling them to stay out of politics.  He was reacting to the CEO’s who criticized the new Georgia voter law.  From a communicator’s perspective, this might not have been the best warning.  Corporations have been loyal supporters of the Republican party, and should they change allegiance to Democrats, the GOP will lose a vital source of funding for election campaigns.  It is one more sign that the party is well out of the mainstream of public opinion, and as long as it holds tightly to conspiracy theories and outright falsehoods, it will continue to lose support.  What should Republicans be communicating?  There are responsible positions in opposition that look out for the welfare of citizens.  The voter law is not one of them.  

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