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Monday, October 5, 2015

Labor unions giving serious thought to endorsing Trump

Oreos have been for years made in Chicago, Illinois. Oreo announced
that American citizens in Chicago would be fired and a plant opened
 in Mexico.

Standing up for workers, not Wall Street
  • The Donald is campaigning for Fair Trade to protect American jobs. 
  • Meanwhile most Republicans and Democrats demand so-called "Free Trade" where millions of jobs are shipped overseas to pad the profits of the multi-national corporations that finance the campaigns of both parties.

(Washington Examiner)  -  Billionaire developer Donald Trump has thrown yet another monkey wrench into the political status quo: Some major labor unions are now mulling endorsing the front-runner for the Republican presidential nomination.
It's a move that would have been unthinkable in previous election cycles, but Trump has fans among the union rank and file and deviates enough from the GOP platform that labor leaders are giving him a serious look.
On Tuesday, the 1.4 million-member International Brotherhood of Teamsters announced its executive council would put off a decision on a presidential endorsement due a lack of consensus. Fox News reported that the delay was caused partly by members' support for Trump and that the union was seeking a meeting with the candidate.
The following day, Chris Shelton, president of the 600,000-member Communication Workers of America, told Politico that his union was putting off a presidential endorsement for the same reason. "If our members come out with Donald Trump, then we're going to endorse Donald Trump," he said.
Getting either unions' support would be a major coup for Trump and a serious problem for the Democratic candidates. The eventual Democratic nominee will need strong support from organized labor in both fundraising and voter mobilization to prevail in the election.
Teamsters spokesman Galen Munroe referred to a statement Tuesday by union President James P. Hoffa, which did not mention Trump but did say, "The Teamsters will work with and support any candidate who puts the needs of America's working families above the deep pockets of their corporate donors." Munroe said the union did not have any meetings scheduled with any presidential candidates.
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Fucking American Workers
The open borders Republicans and Democrats not only want to import millions of foreigners to drive down wages for their Wall Street Masters.  But they also want open borders "free trade" agreements where American middle class jobs are lost to workers in places like Communist Vietnam where they make $150 a month.
See our article:
Americans Fired and Mexicans Hired - Oreo moves to Mexico

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