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Carlson accuses British Coca-Cola CEO For Weighing In On Georgia Voting Law; trying to ‘control our democracy’

British Coca Cola CEO James Quincey has been slammed for weighing in on the controversy surrounding Georgia's new voter laws

‘He Knows Nothing About American Values’



Tucker Carlson has hit out at British Coca-Cola CEO James Quincey after the soft drink chief publicly spoke out against Georgia’s new voting law following mounting pressure from activists.

‘Let me be crystal clear and unequivocal: This legislation is unacceptable,’ Quincey, 56, said of the law in an interview with CNBC this week.

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