Labor unions evidently can’t stand the fact that the days immediately following Thanksgiving are devoted to commerce – Black Friday, Local Business Saturday, Cyber Monday, etc. – which feed not just our appetite for holiday season bargains, but also governments’ tax rolls and workers’ wallets.
So, they have decided that Tuesday, which has in recent years been given over to focusing on charitable (#Giving Tuesday) giving, should be a “National Day of Disruption”.
That’s right, so instead of supporting your favorite non-profit – like, say, Shift WA – union bosses want you join them as “workers will wage their most disruptive protests yet to show they will not back down in the face of newly-elected politicians and newly-empowered corporate special interests.”
Sounds like they have not heard that Socialism is as dead as Fidel.
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