Warren and Biden join striking GM workers on picket lines

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) and former Vice President Joe Biden joined striking General Motors workers on picket lines on Sunday as Democratic presidential candidates continued battling for the support of union groups.

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) plans to join striking autoworkers in Detroit on Wednesday.

Warren criticized GM for closing factories despite profits in the billions. “GM is demonstrating that it has no loyalty to the workers of America or the people of America,” she said. “Their only loyalty is to their own bottom line. And if they can save a nickel by moving a job to Mexico or to Asia or to anywhere else on this planet, they will do it.”

Editor’ Note: Hell, I would move my company to Mexico or Asia if I had to continue to listen to her “mouth off.” This reminds of the time the past and present Mayor scream at the U. S. Postal service for moving two jobs to Memphis to save money…. dumb asses. 

President Trump last week said he hoped the strike would be brief, and he expressed support for workers’ concerns.

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