It’s been about a month since Kelly Loeffler lost her temporary Senate seat to Rev. Raphael Warnock.
Loeffler was also co-owner of the Atlanta Dream, a team in the WNBA—a league she criticized publicly for supporting Black Lives Matter and anti-LGBTQ+ legislation—and now she’s out of that job, too!
And, in what is surely the height of irony, after being bested in the election by a Black man, she was replaced as team owner by a three-person group of investors: Larry Gottesdiener, a real estate investor, Suzanne Abair, and out both real estate investors, and Renee Montgomery, an out Black two-time WNBA champion who last played for the Dream, prior to opting out of the 2020 season.
Life is good, and very often fair.