Donald Trump may be in trouble in Ohio. He won the state’s electoral votes in the 2016 election after promising to bring back factory jobs. But recent events show that factory workers have lost faith in the president they voted for.
Trump's plan to help U.S. automakers sounds an awful lot like Mitt Romney's underhanded tactics at Bain Capital
By blocking the workforce's efforts at creating a works council at the Chattanooga plant, Republicans also blocked VW expansion for Tennessee and the entire southern United States.
The late Friday votes are in and yet another union is kept out. Workers at the Chattanooga Volkswagen plant were given the opportunity to join the UAW and they said no.
Republicans resorted to treachery and trickery to avoid having a Chattanooga Volkswagen plant become the first unionized foreign carmaker in the South.
Besides a clarion call for confederate rebels to oppose Northern invaders, the Republican interference in a private business is sheer hypocrisy when they claim to be champions of free enterprise and oppose government interference with business.