Source: The Gateway Pundit, by Jim Hoft
The “Fight for 15” movement has been staging protests for the last few years, insisting that fast food workers get a minimum wage of $15 dollars. They don’t care about the economic reality of their demands, they just want what they want. They also refuse to understand that being a fast food cashier is a starter job, not a career.
Many people warned them that their demand would have a negative impact on these jobs, as business owners would look for ways to work around them. That time has arrived.
Former McDonald’s CEO Ed Rensi writes at Forbes:
Thanks To ‘Fight For $15’ Minimum Wage, McDonald’s Unveils Job-Replacing Self-Service Kiosks Nationwide
As the labor union-backed Fight for $15 begins yet another nationwide strike on November 29, I have a simple message for the protest organizers and the reporters covering them: I told…
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