Las Vegas Journal Review Takes On Biden’s War On Private Sector Workers

Hey, perhaps the people of Nevada should have voted Donald Trump for president, rather than Dementia Joe. In fairness, the editorial board of the Las Vegas Journal Review came out for Donald Trump for president in early October, Back then they wrote

The most pressing matter facing Nevada and the nation in coming months, and even years, will be the resurrection of the economy post-pandemic. Mr. Trump’s record on job creation and economic growth speaks for itself. Mr. Biden disingenuously blames the current administration for the economic downturn, implying that Mr. Trump had the power to stop a worldwide pandemic. That’s desperate nonsense. Prior to the lockdowns, U.S. growth was more consistently robust than it had been in years and wages were continuing their upward trend for workers.

They couldn’t really write anything about China Joe’s resume on job creation because he never ran a business, only worked in the private sector for a few years before going into politics in 1972, and has really done nothing while a Senator or as Vice President. And now?

EDITORIAL: The Democratic attack on private-sector employment

The war on private-sector employment is in full gear as President Joe Biden begins his second week in the White House.

Last week, Mr. Biden issued a flurry of executive orders, including one that revokes the permit for the Keystone XL pipeline. By doing so, the new president elevated feel-good green utopianism above the interests of Canada, one of our closest allies and thousands of high-paying jobs in this nation.

“Environmental ideologues have now prevailed,” read a statement from North America’s Building Trades Unions, “and over a thousand union men and women have been terminated from employment on the project.”

The administration haughtily dismissed such concerns, claiming most of the jobs were only temporary — aren’t they all? — and that union workers will have ample opportunity to latch on to one of the abundant make-work green energy jobs that Mr. Biden’s central planners will create through government fiat as they remake the American economy from inside the Beltway. Meanwhile, enjoy the unemployment checks.

How is it again that Donald Trump managed to attract rabid support in blue-collar America? It remains a puzzler.

Las Vegas was devastated by the Wuhan Flu, and needed the economic leadership of Trump. How will it recover under Biden? Time will tell, and it will probably be a long time till it starts recovering. But, can it ever get back to where it was? How many jobs will a $15 minimum wage kill off? And, it certainly cannot operate without fossil fuels

Not to be outdone, congressional Democrats on Tuesday announced that they have an even more ambitious plan to outlaw thousands of private-sector jobs. At a time when small businesses across the country are hanging by a tree limb over the abyss thanks to the pandemic, the likes of Sen. Bernie Sanders and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez seek to raise the federal minimum wage to $15 an hour.

To show they have a sense of humor about the whole thing, House Democrats plan on including the mandate in a coronavirus relief package. You can’t make this up.

If it is included, the only way it passes the Senate is by getting rid of the filibuster, and Democrats would own the economic destruction

Sen. Sanders thunders that the current $7.25 hour is a “starvation wage.” Never mind that about 98 percent of minimum wage earners aren’t the sole family breadwinner. Of course, a lucky few will make more money under a higher wage floor. But many others will see their hours cut, and still others will be sent to the sidelines.

Just like has happened in the Democratic Party run cities and states that are slowly raising their minimum wage to $15. Jobs are being cut, hours are being limited (kiss any OT goodbye), and businesses are moving elsewhere, including Mexico.

This is bad enough during prosperous times. But to embark down this road as small businesses attempt to rebound from the devastation wrought by COVID is to signal a callous indifference to their fate. Does today’s Democrat understand where the money that funds the public sector comes from?

Nope. They don’t. Most of them in Congress have zero idea how business works. How many have worked in the private sector recently or ran a business? Not Comrade Bernie. Not Bartender AOC. And all these climate crisis (scam) executive orders will kill more and more jobs. Except Joe and the Dems to work to kill more private sector jobs. The question now becomes “did the GOP learn anything about fighting back during the Trump years?” They don’t need the amp turned up to 11, just an 8 or 9, in pointing out what the Dems are doing. In resisting. In refusing to vote for any of this. In explaining the poison pills in legislation that would otherwise have been bipartisan. Will the have a spine? Time will tell.

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7 Responses to “Las Vegas Journal Review Takes On Biden’s War On Private Sector Workers”

  1. Hairy says:

    Teach those forest fires that debated Cali ? Newly elected US House rep Marjorie Greene apparently agrees that it had nothing to do with climate change She believes that Jewish bankers started those fires by firing lasers from outer space. She just received a supportive phone call from your ex Dear Leader. Do you think she might be right ?
    How can you expect the Dems to accept the GOP as a working partner when they welcome her into their party ?

  2. Hairy says:

    Historically those cities thatfirst raised their minimum wage did not have a significant rise in unemployment regardless of your posts from business owners
    Do you think that the minimum wage should NEVER ?

  3. Elwood P. Dowd says:

    So much for bipartisanship. Excitable Russia Teach advocates that congressional GOPhers withdraw from even their pretense of governance. Why? Because those mean Dems won’t do everything GOPhers want!

    It’s a shame the previous administration didn’t take the pandemic seriously. To fix the economy you must first solve the pandemic.

    • drowningpuppies says:

      6.7% unemployment in the middle of a “pandemic” because of the strength of the Trump economy.

      Joey continues issuing job killing EO’s.

      Rimjob is a joke.

      #Unity [email protected]!
      Bwaha! Lolgf

  4. Elwood P. Dowd says:

    Excitable Russia Teach asks if America misses Russia Don yet. LOL. How can we miss him if he won’t go away? He wants to be a shadow president running the feckless GOP.

    So no, America doesn’t miss Russia Don. Americans DO miss the 400,000 friends and relatives lost to Russia Don’s neglect. Americans DON’T miss the bloody coup engineered by Russia Don. American’s DON’T miss the daily lies and the corruption of American ideals and norms. Destroying norms and mores is a dangerous terrorist act. Russia Don worked to destroy American institutions, wrecking confidence in elections, the FBI, NIH, CDC, DOJ, the Supreme Court, the military, the media, science, medicine, facts, and truth, itself. Miss Donald J. Trump? Are you fukking kidding, Teach? His legacy is an ongoing lethal pandemic, the destruction of truth, a destroyed economy, a violent auto-coup, and a divided nation. He’s clearly the worst president in history. He ranks with James Earl Ray, Benedict Arnold, Jefferson Davis, Nathan Bedford Forrest, Lee Harvey Oswald, Aldrich Ames, John Wilkes Booth and Julius Rosenberg in the pantheon of *horrible Americans.

    *We’re fully aware that many, many “Americans” consider James Earl Ray, Jefferson Davis, Forrest, Oswald and John Wilkes Booth as “American heroes and patriots”.

    • drowningpuppies says:

      Typical nonsensical Rimjob anti-Trump rant.

      Let us know when Joey does something for America besides issuing job killing EO’s putting more Americans out of work.

      #Unity [email protected]!
      Bwaha! Lolgf

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