Thousands are boycotting the Coca-Cola company after it's openly supporting the recent change in voting regulations Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp passed on Thursday. 

This new law includes cutting the time period voters have to request absentee ballots and impose new identification requirements, making it easier for state officials to take over local elections board, limiting the use of ballot drop boxes, allowing challenges to voting eligibility, criminalizing any attempt to approach voters in line, even if only to give them food or water,” Axios reported.

Georgians are especially upset with the large corporation because they believe these new laws will make it more difficult for people to vote and that this is voter suppression. 

Coca-Cola stated that it’s “active with the Metro Atlanta Chamber in expressing our concerns and advocating for positive change in voting legislation. We, along with our business coalition partners, sought improvements that would enhance accessibility, maximize voter participation, maintain election integrity and serve all Georgians.”

The internet has spoken out against the company and many say they won’t be indulging in any Coke products until the company speaks out. 

"This past summer, Coke and other corporations said they needed to speak out against racism. But they’ve been mighty quiet about this," organizer Bishop Reginald Jackson told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

Other companies that are under the same scrutiny include Delta Airlines, Nike and Home Depot. 

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