It’s Bo(lshevik) Time: Bojangles Workers in Raleigh Strike/Protest in Unionizing Push Veiled as COVID Fears

RALEIGH – Bojangles Famous Chicken & Biscuits is now in the cross-hairs of the Left. Workers from downtown Raleigh locations of the regional fast food chain are ‘on strike’ and ostensibly protesting working conditions after they say an outbreak of coronavirus infections wasn’t sufficiently communicated to staff.

Yet, there is something remarkably familiar about this protest downtown on Wednesday.

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Yep, this is a finger-licking-good example of how unionists/socialists/communists exploit whatever they can in order to push their political agenda.

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Notice the T-shirts (Rise Up, Fight for $15) and the signs (Unions for All). The language employed about ‘workers’ rights’ isn’t inconsequential, either.

Yes, the Left is taking advantage of this rapid ascendancy of Marxism to unionize your biscuits. Call them, Bolshevik Biscuits.

And, yes, North Carolina is a Right to Work state. So if you’re one of the hundreds of thousands of North Carolinians that lost their job due to Governor Roy Cooper’s mandated, economy-crushing executive orders; then it looks like Bojangles is in some need of new and motivated team members that aren’t prone to participating in collective extortion.

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