Yesterday, the heads of leading unions met with Trump and came out praising him.
These are Democrats. They have been for generations. They were supposed to vote for Hillary Clinton but in real life, union states like Ohio, Michigan and Wisconsin went Republican for the first time in decades.
How about us up here in Canada?
In that stroke of a pen, he’ll do more for Canada’s economy, and jobs in Alberta, than Rachel Notley and Justin Trudeau combined.
I’m not a union man. But I love jobs, especially industrial jobs that have been smeared for a generation by snobby liberals. I love oil and gas and mining and building.
So does Trump, and so do American unions, or so it seems.
How come we can’t have unions like that in Canada too…?
NEXT: Professor Gad Saad on his “collective Munchausen” theory about what really motivates social justice warriors. He recently wrote:
As somebody who escaped Lebanon and actually hid under desks to avoid death squads, I don’t take well to these idiots from Wellesley College who say, “I’m scared to go and buy my hamburgers now that Trump won,” because it trivializes what true trauma is.
THEN: Claudia Rosett, Foreign Policy Fellow with the Independent Women’s Forum, explains the difference between the Obama administration’s policies towards Russia and those of Donald Trump.
FINALLY: I read your messages to me!