Why are Republicans rushing to reopen without offering further aid? Steadfast federal inaction will "starve workers back into the yoke and compel governors and mayors fearing fiscal ruin and popular uprising to reopen," says .
The Republican haste to reopen resembles "class warfare," says . "Trump-McConnell Republicans believe that you deserve nothing but owe them everything."
Why are Republicans rushing to reopen without offering further aid? Steadfast federal inaction will "starve workers back into the yoke and compel governors and mayors fearing fiscal ruin and popular uprising to reopen," says .
The Republican call for liability protection, meant to remove an imagined obstacle to a rushed reopening, amounts to a frank admission that in hurrying back to shops and offices, factories and showrooms, Americans might suffer harm, says
The Republican call for liability protection, meant to remove an imagined obstacle to a rushed reopening, amounts to a frank admission that in hurrying back to shops and offices, factories and showrooms, Americans might suffer harm, says
The Republican call for liability protection, meant to remove an imagined obstacle to a rushed reopening, amounts to a frank admission that in hurrying back to shops and offices, factories and showrooms, Americans might suffer harm, says
I love this idea that there's no current corporate liability protection, the hundreds of millions of arbitration contract clauses and a Supreme Court that sides with the Chamber of Commerce at every step must all be a figment of my imagination
GOP's "call for liability protection amounts to a frank admission that in hurrying back to shops and offices, factories and showrooms, Americans might die." This is a ruse to coerce Americans back to work by refusing desperately needed help. SHAMEFUL!
The Republican call for liability protection, meant to remove an imagined obstacle to a rushed reopening, amounts to a frank admission that in hurrying back to shops and offices, factories and showrooms, Americans might suffer harm, says
The #Trump-#McConnell plan is explained this way by ⁦⁩: “Steadfast federal inaction will suffice to starve workers back into the yoke and compel governors and mayors fearing fiscal ruin and popular uprising to reopen.”
The liability-protection ruse is an excuse to coerce Americans back to work by refusing desperately needed help. via
“The longer you look at it, the more Republican haste to reopen resembles harsh class warfare. This won’t be lost on...white blue-collar voters Republicans need to avoid a wipeout,” warns .
It's not "might die," it's "will die." Some will die. Everyone involved knows this.
Per 's , opposing detailed regulation to secure COVID-safe workplaces while simultaneously shielding employers from liability = no protection whatsoever for worker health. Par for the GOP course.
If I read these paragraphs in an alternate reality SF book 20 years ago I'd have been relieved it was just happening in a book. Via :
“Mitch McConnell’s liability protection ruse is a refined encapsulation of the wild dishonesty, incoherence, and cruelty of the president’s desperate rush to reopen the country.” 💯 from
“The longer you look at it, the more Republican haste to reopen resembles sociopathic class warfare.” ⁦
. : Republicans insist on revoking critical incentive for businesses to prevent workplace contagion and keep employees and communities safe. Democrats want to preserve it.
"The longer you look at it, the more Republican haste to reopen resembles harsh class warfare. " The Brutal Clarity of the Trump-McConnell Plan to Protect Businesses
I wrote about this issue this week
2/ "McConnell’s liability protection ruse is an encapsulation of the wild dishonesty, incoherence & cruelty of Trump's desperate rush to reopen the country....The longer you look at it, the more Republican haste to reopen resembles harsh class warfare."