Submitted by: Veronica Coffin
Commies never appreciate the First Amendment, especially when it comes to an opinion they disagree with. Funny though, conservatives never threatened to shut down this SEUI president’s pet peeve, the Fight for Fifteen.
According to the Seattle Times, Donald Trump says he’ll campaign in Washington state in early May, telling supporters if he wins the primary here, “It’s going to be over.”
The Republican presidential front-runner revealed his plans to a group of cheering supporters in Vancouver, Clark County, over a cell phone speaker Thursday night, telling them he’d like to visit May 7.
“I want to be there. I want to be there with you folks,” Trump told the group, which included his state campaign chairman, state Sen. Don Benton, R-Vancouver. Video of his call was posted on Facebook by a supporter.
Yet David Rolf, President of SEIU 775 (the fastest growing union in the Northwest representing home care and nursing home workers in Washington state and Montana) will have none of that. (FYI: As of 2013, Rolf’s totalcompensation was $190596.)
On April 22nd, Rolf tweeted: “Let’s shut this down #seattle. Peacefully but loudly,” in response to news of Trump’s planned visit.
So much for liberals being “tolerant.”
If you are a member of SEIU 775 and would like to join the opt out movement, go here.