UAW has been plagued by corruption: Andy Puzder

Former Labor Secretary nominee Andy Puzder breaks down the automobile worker strife on ‘The Evening Edit.’

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  1. 5
    Ken Terry

    Years ago I hauled out of a Oscar Meyer plant in Perry Iowa then there was a strike that got out of hand when the union members started getting aggressive and trying to sabotage the plant so Oscar Meyer shut the plant down and left Perry A new non union plant was built in Columbia Missouri and operated for years until it was bought out but in the time it was there it provided great paying jobs and retained many employees for those years with quite a few retiring from there. Non union= job security and good benefits.

  2. 10
    Robert Somers

    The Biden administration and the rest of the left are destroying this Country at warp speed!! Everyone had better hold on tight because only God knows where this takes us. This is greed and corruption at its worst!!

  3. 12
    G. T. R

    This looks like a political Distraction!!

    It sounds like the Automakers are willing to tolerate the strikes because they think government may give them a handout if needed?🤔

    Otherwise if there's no ROI or vehicle turnover. Why haven't they made massive layoffs? That business 101! Unless they are possibly making the vehicles & selling it to China? 👷

  4. 14
    BeeLike Mizu

    Greater wages usually results in layoffs to reduce personnel costs & maintain profits, so yeah as long as your honest about what you're really doing which is taking more jobs away.

  5. 15
    Robert Malone

    The people are striking Are getting $500. The people still working are getting Full wage. They should have shut all the plants down. But The UAW still want money coming in. More jobs will go to Mexico. Mexican people will work seven days a week low wages low benefits and so on

  6. 18

    i will not buy an uaw built car, surprised talking with people that feel
    the same. The unskilled workers are paid too much now. a machine
    does all the work, they sit around in shorts waiting for a part to be
    dropped in there laps

  7. 21

    Union UAW employees gave up cost of living increases to help the Motor Co. 20 years later they hand millions a year to individual executives while those workers struggle to make ends meat.
    Corporations in America have become corrupt!
    Creating stagnant wage increases while rewards millions to individual executives. Enough and no I am conservative that realized the status quo elites are not our friends

  8. 24

    That's right, let's listen to these lying, corrupt, morally bankrupt degenerates that's never worked a real job a day in their lives. Blame everything and everyone except the REAL CULPRITS, greedy CEOs. That's it. Greedy Millionaires are the ones to blame FIRST. They'll raise the price of cars and pay workers less than they deserve before they'd give up a chance at buying a bigger yacht.

  9. 25
    Perry Belcòurt

    Puppets for the elites leftist channel and Fox news President Putin has two wars ships in Cuba and Chinese spies in Cuba and President Putin wants to rebuild Cuba and President Putin doesn't trust Biden and Trump

  10. 27

    My grandpa and dad both retired from GM and I will NEVER work anywhere that is unionized! All the DECADES of union dues and only months after he retired, he lost almost all of his benefits.
    They were offering him big money for years, trying to get him to retire, but he didn't want to. So they made him take a pay cut his last couple years in order to stay.
    Btw, his old shop is now the storage area where all the burnt cars are stored that had a fatality that led to a financial settlement because of GM's negligence!

  11. 29
    Larry D

    Toyota makes the best vehicles sans unionized labor. The UAW is the same as the railroad union: they want it all, but their jobs are obsolete.

  12. 31


    God WILL sort this out, soon…


  13. 32

    Zero demand for electric vehicles!! Lol nobody in this plant wants to buy an electric car.. well not that I know of. The roads Are too bad

  14. 33

    This is what everyone is really concerned about : are the auto strikes being politically misled by reckless democratic ideas?? To separate the political corruption from (we the people)???

  15. 40
    ARMON Harris

    Stop putting it all on the president.

    All my ears hear is how they are going to take American work to other countries and pay less wages so that companies can capitalize even more… A ceo can make 30M’s for the year and their lowest employee makes 35k for the year. It’s just not adding up if salary is based off performance. Without workers performing, ceos wouldn’t get high performance pay think about it.

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