Anti-Trump protesters across U.S. got fired after joining ‘Day Without Immigrants’ Protest, for not showing up to work. You don’t want to come to work? You’re FIRED!
News outlets reported that 21 employees were fired at a boat manufacturing company in SC, 12 workers at an Oklahoma restaurant and 30 masonry workers in the state of Denver. The Oklahoma restaurant I Don’t Care Bar and Grill has already published a job posting looking to replace the fired cooks, NBC12 reported.
VIDEO: SOUTH CAROLINA, 21 workers fired for taking part in ‘Day Without Immigrants’ protest
VIDEO: Tennessee 18 employees fired after they participated in ‘A Day Without Immigrants’
Michigan: Twenty-two workers Fired
The anti-Trump protesters received a lesson about right-to-work laws they won’t soon forget.
The Blaze Reports:
According to KTNV-TV, 18 employees at Nashville’s Bradley Coatings were fired after they informed their supervisors on Wednesday they were missing work the next day to attend the nationwide protest, “A Day Without Immigrants.”
However, on Thursday when the employees didn’t show up to work, they learned that they had been terminated.
“We are the team leaders directly under the supervisors and they informed us last night that we could not go back to work and the boss said we were fired,” one anonymous employee told KTNV.
He added, “I would tell [my boss] he was unfair, after working for them for so many years, giving him our best. They could not understand that it was just one day. We were going to make up that day on a Sunday, but they didn’t understand that, and it was not the best way. They didn’t give us an opportunity and just told us we were fired.”
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