Anti-Trump Protesters Demand Higher Wages, Union at Nissan

Anti-Trump Protesters Demand Higher Wages, Union at NissanAnti-Trump Protesters converged on Canton, Mississippi on Saturday to protest what they call low wages and that Nissan, their main target, refuses to allow them to join and organize a union when most of the workers of the Nissan plant do not want a union.

Their description of the events, which appear to be held in other locations state that “Did you know the U.S. Government is America’s largest low-wage job creator? We are workers united to ensure the government helps build a good jobs nation again!”

The protest included speakers such as Socialist Democrat Bernie Sanders, the NAACP, and liberal Actor, Danny Glover, who was a campus radical as a student at San Francisco State University and has been an advocate for left-wing causes ever since.  He chums around with the likes of Hugo Chavez, is a union rabble-rouser and said the Bush administration was composed of “liars and murderers.”  After the 2010 Haiti earthquake, Glover was quick to blame the tragedy on global warming.

While President Trump has only been in office for less than two months, the group, Good Jobs Nation claims that Trump’s new labor nominee has a troubling record of anti-worker decisions, and we need our Senators to thoroughly grill and investigate him.

Some of the liberal socialist comments were, “I would call this administration and the GOP fascist/ christofascist.”

Another liberal commentator went as far to say, “Protest in front of the homes of your family friends neighbors and coworkers that vote republican…”

In 2015, Michael Reagan, son of former President Ronald Reagan pointed out that government does not create jobs, the private sector does.

“While the liberals, who now blame Trump for everything, Michael Reagan showed that Overall during the eight years of the Reagan presidency GDP grew a remarkable 32 percent, with an average yearly growth of 3.5 percent, jumping to 4.9 percent after the end of the recession, “said Reagan.

“Overall during the Obama administration, GDP had grown a pitiful 9.6 percent. In the first quarter of 2015 growth, if you want to call it that, was less than 1 percent, 0.2 percent to be exact.”

“But you may protest that my father had eight years and so far the U.S. has only endured six years of Obama. The Gateway Pundit covers that, too: “By the end of the second year of their terms as president, economic growth under Reagan averaged 7.1 percent, under Obama an anemic 2.8 percent, “Reagan stated.

“Government doesn’t create jobs; its heavy hand prevents job growth and stifles the economy. The private sector is where economic growth begins and government is where it ends.”

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In an analysis of the wages among Nissan workers in Mississippi, the wages range from $22,880 to $92,000 a year.

Yet as the organizers of the protest state, “It’s time for Nissan to walk the walk when it comes to the civil rights of its employees. After decades of dwindling union membership and worker power, and regulatory diminishment under both parties’ administrations, President Donald Trump and congressional Republicans are pushing a radical Heritage-style agenda that could deliver immediate and long-term harm to workers and unions across the United States—including millions of those who helped elect Trump. Are you scared yet?”

While Anti-Trump protestors demand so called, “civil rights”, one worker, Christina Doss, a black woman at the Nissan plant had this to say, “For the last 13 years, I have worked as a technician in the trim and chassis department at the Nissan plant in Canton. I go to work every day not only because of the comfortable life Nissan has provided for me and my family, but also because of my fellow coworkers on the line, the quality products we make and the impact Nissan has in my local community. I go to work every day because of the Nissan I know.”

“High-skill jobs with good pay and benefits for someone with just a high school degree were pretty slim. But Nissan took a chance on Mississippi, and on me. Now I earn a good living and can provide my family with the things they need and deserve, “Doss said.

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