“SHAME ON YOU!!” Furious Workers Have Had ENOUGH

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Russell Brand published this video item, entitled ““SHAME ON YOU!!” Furious Workers Have Had ENOUGH” – below is their description.

As worker strikes continue across the US, a supposedly pro-labour government shows no sign of lending support to workers battling corporations for fair pay. So, despite the rhetoric, which side are the Democrats really on?

#labor #strikes #striketober #GreatResignation #BigQuit

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About This Source - Russell Brand

Russell Brand is a comedian and author who regularly publishes content on his YouTube channel and podcast.

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