‘Insulting and disappointing’: SHOCKED Unions’ voter remorse after Biden reality sinks in

By Geller Report Staff – on January 23, 2021

Many of America’s leading unions endorsed candidate Joe Biden, despite the enormous prosperity President Trump brought to their members. Sadly, America’s union leaders do not understand how politics work. It did not occur to them that Joe Biden would be forced to appease the anti-industry Left, because of the voting power that they represent to the Democrat Party. The blue collar workers that belong to these unions are going to suffer tremendously because of Joe Biden’s far-Left policies.

‘Insulting and disappointing’: Unions show signs of voter remorse after Biden reality sinks in

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By Biz Pac Review, January 22, 2021

Several unions that eagerly endorsed President Joe Biden during the 2020 presidential election are now learning the hard way what it means to support Democrat policies.

During his first day in office, the newly-inaugurated president revoked the construction permit for the Keystone XL oil pipeline, thus destroying thousands of jobs.

And not just any jobs — but union jobs.

TC Energy Corp., the Canadian company that shares ownership of the pipeline with the Alberta government, had estimated that 10,000 jobs — in addition to the 1,000 already established — would be created in 2021 alone thanks to the construction of the pipeline.

A total of 42,000 jobs were expected to be filled once the pipeline was completed. (Click to Source)

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