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Labor complaint charges Bernie Sanders’ campaign retaliated against employees for union activity

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posted on Jul, 29 2019 @ 01:57 PM
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originally posted by: shooterbrody
a reply to: chr0naut

from the op link


Labor complaint charges Bernie Sanders’ campaign retaliated against employees for union activity




A former campaign employee from the 2020 presidential bid of Sen. Bernie Sander filed a labor complaint this week, alleging that some employees faced retaliation for involvement in organizing for a collective bargaining agreement.

if that isn't anti union I don't know what is.



The complaint alleges that Sanders’ campaign made unionized employees work additional days without commensurate days off, thus violating the terms of their collective bargaining agreement.

bernie broke the agreement



The unfair labor practice charge filed on Tuesday alleges that some employees were not notified of their collective bargaining agreement before being hired and made to believe they were “at-will.”

that practice is wholly anti union

not surprised you support that


This is an individual and the union is not involved at all.

If a collective bargain agreement had been broken, it should involve the union that negotiated that bargain but such is not the case.

This appears to be purely a case of a single person who is trying to play dirty politics to discredit Trump's opposition.

Remember the 'birth certificate' and 'lock her up' stuff?

All False statements involving Donald Trump - Politifact

Trump is as dirty a political player as there is. This is the way his campaigns work. There is a clear and undeniable history to it.




posted on Jul, 29 2019 @ 02:07 PM
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originally posted by: tanstaafl

originally posted by: chr0naut
Yeah, Victorina Morales said that Trump knew she was undocumented, that she spoke personally with Trump at times, and that there were others employed at Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster who were also similarly undocumented.

I know, TDS sufferers will say all kinds of things - look at how many people have accused Trump of things, only to walk it back later - or have it proven beyond a reasonable doubt to be wrong or a lie.


Look at the people who are now convicted who prove the actuality of Trump's lies.

Look at the retaliatory investigations that Trump has instigated against Obama and Clinton associates. Has there been even a single indictment?

Despite the chanting, who is the one provably at fault?



posted on Jul, 29 2019 @ 02:12 PM
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a reply to: chr0naut




If a collective bargain agreement had been broken, it should involve the union that negotiated that bargain but such is not the case.

should would could
the case has been taken by the nlrb
but you keep on defending bernie
it is on the other side of the union tho.....union brother
lol what a joke



posted on Jul, 29 2019 @ 02:45 PM
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originally posted by: shooterbrody
a reply to: chr0naut




If a collective bargain agreement had been broken, it should involve the union that negotiated that bargain but such is not the case.

should would could
the case has been taken by the nlrb
but you keep on defending bernie
it is on the other side of the union tho.....union brother
lol what a joke


On May 17th, Bernie Sanders campaign manager Faiz Shakir, convened an all staff meeting where he recommended raising field organizers wages to $42,000 and changing work week specifications to accommodate the increase in workload (equivalent to working a six day week, according to United Food & Commercial Workers union, through which the staff had unionized). This was agreed and was followed up by confirmatory e-mails from Shakir to all staff.

This individual raising the allegation was disputing the additional work hours as it is contrary to previous agreements, but was not willing to loose the pay rise.

In response to this allegation, Sanders has reduced work hours (but not wages) for field organizers, so this case has no legal traction anyway, apart from PR spin.

The thing is, look at how this simple labor dispute is being spun. It appears that you totally believe that Bernie was trying to rip off his workers, which clearly is not the case.



posted on Jul, 29 2019 @ 02:52 PM
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a reply to: chr0naut

I believe the nlrb do not accept bs cases.
Have you been in a labor union in the usa?
I have.
I have negotiated contracts for my shop.
It is another typical down under know nothing response to an actual issue.
But by all means keep on yapping about things you know little about.
It makes you look all that more credible.



posted on Jul, 29 2019 @ 04:02 PM
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originally posted by: chr0naut
Look at the people who are now convicted who prove the actuality of Trump's lies.

Who, please. Be specific.

Also, before you make a fool of yourself, you do know that George Papadopolous is about to be exonerated (truly), and likely also Mike Flynn, which only leaves you with Manafort, and his conviction had nothing whatsoever to do with Trump.

So - again... who, specifically, are the convicted ones who 'prove the actuality of Trumps lies'.

I won't hold my breath.


Look at the retaliatory investigations that Trump has instigated against Obama and Clinton associates. Has there been even a single indictment?

That is hilarious... 'retaliatory investigations' instigated by Trump.

As opposed to the 'retaliatory investigations' instigated and pursued for 2 1/2+ years by the Democrats and the Deep State, in retaliation for Trump having the gall to win the election?

The legitimate investigations being instigated, not by Trump, but by the Republicans in Congress and the DOJ, into Democrat collusion with the Deep State and the US Intelligence apparatus to take out a legitimately elected sitting President... these are not retaliatory, these are reactive to the lawlessness and actual crimes committed by people in the highest levels of the FBY, the CIA, and the Obama Administration (including Obama himself), to spy on all kinds of people, not just Trump. We only found out about the existence of this active (since at least 2012) spy ring because of their failed attempt to get Trump.


Despite the chanting, who is the one provably at fault?

The Deep State - and it is going down in flames as we speak.



posted on Jul, 29 2019 @ 05:05 PM
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originally posted by: tanstaafl
... in the highest levels of the FBY, the CIA, and the Obama Administration (including Obama himself), to spy on all kinds of people, not just Trump....


It was not the FBY/FBI, but the FBO (Federal Bureau of Obama).
It was not the CIA, but the CIAO (Central Intelligence Agency of Obama)


Just a point of clarification



posted on Jul, 29 2019 @ 11:54 PM
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originally posted by: tanstaafl

originally posted by: chr0naut
Look at the people who are now convicted who prove the actuality of Trump's lies.

Who, please. Be specific.

Also, before you make a fool of yourself, you do know that George Papadopolous is about to be exonerated (truly), and likely also Mike Flynn, which only leaves you with Manafort, and his conviction had nothing whatsoever to do with Trump.

So - again... who, specifically, are the convicted ones who 'prove the actuality of Trumps lies'.

I won't hold my breath.


When, exactly, is any of this happening? What actual legal proceedings have there been to exonerate either of them?

Go and re-read the Faux News opinion pieces and note the heavy use of words like 'may' and 'possibly'.



Look at the retaliatory investigations that Trump has instigated against Obama and Clinton associates. Has there been even a single indictment?

That is hilarious... 'retaliatory investigations' instigated by Trump.

As opposed to the 'retaliatory investigations' instigated and pursued for 2 1/2+ years by the Democrats and the Deep State, in retaliation for Trump having the gall to win the election?

The legitimate investigations being instigated, not by Trump, but by the Republicans in Congress and the DOJ, into Democrat collusion with the Deep State and the US Intelligence apparatus to take out a legitimately elected sitting President... these are not retaliatory, these are reactive to the lawlessness and actual crimes committed by people in the highest levels of the FBY, the CIA, and the Obama Administration (including Obama himself), to spy on all kinds of people, not just Trump. We only found out about the existence of this active (since at least 2012) spy ring because of their failed attempt to get Trump.


Despite the chanting, who is the one provably at fault?

The Deep State - and it is going down in flames as we speak.


I suppose you missed the bit about looking into the oranges origins of the Mueller investigation?



posted on Jul, 30 2019 @ 12:08 AM
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originally posted by: shooterbrody
a reply to: chr0naut

I believe the nlrb do not accept bs cases.
Have you been in a labor union in the usa?
I have.
I have negotiated contracts for my shop.
It is another typical down under know nothing response to an actual issue.
But by all means keep on yapping about things you know little about.
It makes you look all that more credible.


Structuring Employers' Social Media Policies - Littler Mendelson Attourneys

NLRB Failed to Support Conclusion that Employee’s Disparaging Comments Were Protected, Not Disloyal, Labor & Collective Bargaining - Jackson Lewis P.C.

The NLRB: What Went Wrong and Should We Try to Fix It? - Emory Law Journal. (with specific reference to paragraph three: "This positive vision of an expert Board and a supportive Court has been supplanted by the reality of an activist Court, ignorant of labor relations, making key policy decisions, many in conflict with the basic concepts of the NLRA. The Board has become a controversial, often politicized, agency whose best efforts are denounced by politicians and often overruled by the Supreme Court.")

So, I respectfully disagree.

edit on 30/7/2019 by chr0naut because: (no reason given)



posted on Jul, 30 2019 @ 12:11 AM
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a reply to: chr0naut

Lol
Question the nlrb all you like
Wont change the outcome

Funny you have shifted to questioning the office
www.nlrb.gov...

Lol
Moron

Ps
This is a termination issue not a social media issue
Do you even read the source material anymore?

Wacko
edit on 30/7/2019 by shooterbrody because: (no reason given)



posted on Jul, 30 2019 @ 12:27 AM
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originally posted by: shooterbrody
a reply to: chr0naut

Lol
Question the nlrb all you like
Wont change the outcome

Funny you have shifted to questioning the office
www.nlrb.gov...

Lol
Moron

Ps
This is a termination issue not a social media issue
Do you even read the source material anymore?

Wacko


I have posted credible links from reliable and authoritative sources, involved specifically in employment legal issues, and you are calling me names.

I'll take that as a win.




posted on Jul, 30 2019 @ 12:27 AM
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Doesn't matter anyway
Burn ie will sell out and won't get the nom anyway
Another lake house perhaps?



posted on Jul, 30 2019 @ 12:28 AM
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a reply to: chr0naut

They are not names
They are accurate
I will add one LAZY
As you couldn't be bothered to read the source material.
Good day fake kiwi



posted on Jul, 30 2019 @ 02:02 AM
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originally posted by: shooterbrody
a reply to: chr0naut

They are not names
They are accurate
I will add one LAZY
As you couldn't be bothered to read the source material.
Good day fake kiwi


I read the source material.

I am not lazy, I am not a moron, I am not a wacko and I am an Australian citizen living in New Zealand, so, not a 'fake kiwi' (whatever that is), either.



posted on Jul, 30 2019 @ 08:18 AM
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originally posted by: Krakatoa
It was not the FBY/FBI, but the FBO (Federal Bureau of Obama).
It was not the CIA, but the CIAO (Central Intelligence Agency of Obama)


Just a point of clarification

If you seriously believe this started with Obama - you would be mistaken...



posted on Jul, 30 2019 @ 08:47 AM
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originally posted by: chr0naut
When, exactly, is any of this happening? What actual legal proceedings have there been to exonerate either of them?

Unlike the radical TDS inflicted democrats who care nothing for the rule of law and proper legal process, the current DOJ is making sure all of the i's are dotted and t's crossed.

The exculpatory evidence for Papadopolouos is already well known, and Flynn has fired his defensive oriented legal team and hired new counsel that is going on the offensive, and it looks like he will be withdrawing his guilty plea and kicking their asses. I hope he is not only exonerated, but that Trump replaces Bolton with him as his NSA (again).


Go and re-read the Faux News opinion pieces and note the heavy use of words like 'may' and 'possibly'.

Of course - as I said, unlike the radical TDS inflicted democrats who care nothing for the rule of law and proper legal process and go around claiming as fact that Trump is Putin's pimp and a traitor, freedom loving people make it clear when they are stating fact, and when there is not enough evidence (yet) to state something as fact they use words like 'may' and 'possibly'.


I suppose you missed the bit about looking into the oranges origins of the Mueller investigation?

No clue what your point is here... since I am actually talking about the investigations into the origins of the witch hunt.



posted on Jul, 30 2019 @ 11:03 PM
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The Sanders campaign is really taking a lot of heat for reducing worker hours at the same time as increasing pay to $15.00 per hour.

Net change in weekly income = $0.

Bernie really screwed up this time. His strongest trait is (WAS) pro-worker.



posted on Jul, 30 2019 @ 11:23 PM
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a reply to: chr0naut

Yeah
Bernie good
Trump bad
Got it

Typical foreign response
Not this time
Not this election



posted on Jul, 30 2019 @ 11:25 PM
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originally posted by: shooterbrody
a reply to: chr0naut

Yeah
Bernie good
Trump bad
Got it

Typical foreign response
Not this time
Not this election


Hey man...Feel the Bern.....

as the socialist drives by in his 6 figure sports car and waves at all the homeless people.

Witness the savior, drink down the narrative.



posted on Jul, 30 2019 @ 11:26 PM
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a reply to: MisterSpock

He is waiting on his payoff to slink away like in 16.




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