Wednesday, May 24, 2017

protest coming

Unmarked Deluxe Busses Arrive In Chicago Full Of “Protestors
Thousands of people have recently taken to the streets of Chicago to protest the current minimum wage and demand an increase to $15/hr. One of the initial problems with this wage increase is that a cashier at McDonald’s should not be a job one aspires to retain for the rest of their lives; fast food jobs have classically been reserved as a first job for teenagers, and some college students, who are trying to make a buck between classes.
Increasingly, however, due to poor government intervention in business and expansions in welfare, these jobs have been increasingly filled by middle-aged people who have become victims of the left’s system of governance. So what is the solution? Well, apparently it is to
increase McDonald’s service people’s jobs to that of entry-level accountants, which then prompts major fast food chains like McDonalds to do away with those jobs altogether and replace them with self-serving kiosks and machines. So why would this fight continue if it is not only both bad for the company but also bad for the actual future of those fast food jobs? Well, because it is being *highly* funded by far-left organizations.
4Chan first noticed that dozens of expensive, unmarked, buses took to Chicago filled with “protestors” holding uniform and expensively printed signs:
Rather than the MSM commenting on how odd it is that these “working class Americans” somehow all knew to get on and disembark from those busses marching with corporately produced “protest signs”, they continue to report that this is simply a march fighting for living wages:
Do any of those pictures of “protestors” look “grassroots” or organically protesting? The notion that there is anything “grassroots” about these protests; the MSM is one again engaged in a big lie manufactured and paid for by far-left special interests.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Cut CEO pay! You should be able to rent a 1 bedroom apt with a minimum wage job.

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