$7.25 an Hour Workers Travel From St. Louis to NY to Protest McDonalds


Where is the money coming from? They are supposedly making $7.25 an hour in St. Louis but didn’t want to detract from the protests there so they traveled to Times Square to protest McDonalds.

Poor McDonalds. As long as they are not unionized, the SEIU-backed protesters will be around to torment them.

At least 19 people have been arrested in Times Square so far.

This is what the left does. They start trouble, block traffic, get arrested, and pretend they are victims.

The arrests were a coordinated strategy to escalate the campaign, said Kendall Fells, an organizing director with Fast Food Forward in New York. Rallies demanding a $15-an-hour wage for fast-food workers are planned in 150 U.S. cities today in what may be the largest labor action since the demonstrations began almost two years ago. More than 3 million workers prepare and serve food in the U.S., and they make $9.08 an hour on average, according to government data, to quote Bloomberg.