Wednesday, August 09, 2017

Mississippi Says No to Auto Union

By Douglas V. Gibbs
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The United Auto Workers Union tried to get a foothold in Mississippi by hitting a Nissan plant in that State.  The assembly plant workers rejected the union by a 2-1 margin.

Big Labor's money-laundering scheme for the benefit of the Democrats could not break into the red State because the workers knew what was up.  Socialism is not on the move southward, nor is unfunded pensions that ultimately destroy private corporations.

A spokeswoman for Nissan Motor Co. said that the union lost a pivotal vote by 3,700 eligible workers. Nissan says the final vote total was 2,244 to 1,307.
The UAW has been unable to organize in the South, making automakers flock to the South, setting up factory homes in States like Mississippi and Tennessee.

Socialist Senator, and Democrat Party presidential candidate in 2016, Bernie Sanders (VT) and communist DNC Chairman Tom Perez, had a word with the workers outside the plant, claiming the loss was because Nissan was improperly intimidating pro-union workers. The company said the accusation is "categorically false."

All the workers had to do was look at what the automobile union did to Detroit, and the rest of Michigan.

While the unions may have had some usefulness in the beginning when they first emerged a very long time ago, now they are nothing more than communist-backed schemes that ultimately destroy the private sector, and force union dues out of workers so the money can be delivered to Democrat Party causes and candidates.

-- Political Pistachio Conservative News and Commentary

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