Former President Donald Trump has called for a boycott of the “woke” companies that have objected to Georgia’s voter suppression efforts. Apparently reversing his feelings on cancel culture, Trump says that the new law doesn’t go far enough to stop the completely unproven voter fraud he still maintains cost him the 2020 election, The Hill reports.

The latest statement comes through Trump’s Save America PAC, which has reportedly saved up over $85 million to influence future elections.

“The Democrats in Georgia really push the Republicans around, like the so-called consent decree, which was illegally signed by the secretary of state without legislative approval—a Democrat DREAM,” Trump said. "Boycott all of the woke companies that don’t want voter I.D. and free and fair elections."

He also lambasted Georgia’s governor, saying that Gov. Brain Kemp stopped the state’s conservative legislature from going even further to keep people away from the polls.

“Too bad the desperately needed election reforms in Georgia didn’t go further, as their originally approved Bill did, but the Governor and Lt. Governor would not go for it," Trump said. "This bill should have been passed before the 2020 presidential election, not after.”

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Republicans have been outraged at corporate America for speaking out against the measure, especially after Major League Baseball withdrew from the state to relocate its all-star game to Colorado.

Trump’s most recent calls cement small statements made soon after the bill passed, urging Republicans to retaliate against companies that object to conservative policies.

“It is finally time for Republicans and Conservatives to fight back—we have more people than they do—by far! Boycott Major League Baseball, Coca-Cola, Delta Airlines, JPMorgan Chase, ViacomCBS, Citigroup, Cisco, UPS, and Merck,” Trump said Saturday.