Tuesday, May 28, 2019

Bill De Blasio urges people to boycott McDonald’s until they pay $15/hr minimum wage

By  Kerry Picket, May 27, 2019

De Blasio announced to the crowd “We’re not going to McDonald’s anymore until McDonald’s addresses these issues! No one from my campaign is going to McDonald’s anymore until McDonald’s respects working people.”

The group he was speaking to, according to bizpacreview.com, was “several dozen people…all members of the Service Employees International Union – at a protest outside of a McDonald’s restaurant” while wearing a shirt that read “unions for all.” Is this standard Democratic hypocrisy where you literally tell the people, right in front of you, at that exact moment, what they want to hear?
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1 comment:

  1. Sure. But I don't think McD's is gonna pay $15 an hour. I do think they'll lay people off and use computers instead. They've already replaced people around here.


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