Right to work laws give employees the ability to choose whether they want to be in a union or not, and the Trudeau Liberals are trying to make their removal part of NAFTA negotiations.
This could violate the 10th amendment which stipulates that outside of federal matters, individual states are able to make their own laws.
But, as previously explained, right to work laws mean competition for the auto industry in the Liberal stronghold of Ontario, so the Liberals want none of that.
Watch as I explain why Trudeau’s Liberals are so highly motivated to work against right to work laws in NAFTA.
Between taxpayer bailouts for the Big Three auto companies and big salaries and benefits for auto workers, the financial demands of the United Auto Workers union are high.
In fact, they pledged $53.4M to Obama in 2008 so is it any wonder Democrats essentially nationalized the auto industry using billions in taxpayer money from 2009 to 2013?
And as we know, Trudeau and the Liberals love to emulate the Democrats, which helps explain why they’re against right to work.