Shell workers forced to attend Trump speech to receive pay. Ordered not to protest. Is that acceptable in a Constitutional Republic?
Workers at a massive new Shell plant in Pennsylvania had to attend a speech by President Donald Trump there earlier this week to be paid — and were ordered not to protest, reported the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
- JamesLv 75 months agoFavorite Answer
it's the only way people will show up for a rally
- magix151Lv 75 months ago
No it is not acceptable.
- 5 months ago
- IanLv 65 months ago
That's exactly what Hitler forced Germans to do before he had a huge number of them killed by the war that he started. Americans should be genuinely afraid of Trump...
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- Thomas CNSRVLv 75 months ago
Gee, How soon will the non-Trump supporters file lawsuits against Shell for being unconstitutional by forcing attendance?
Sorry, we folks close to this plant don't believe in your propaganda, Sally!
- MeredithLv 55 months ago
He has been doing this for some time now. And he makes his illegal workers vote Republican for him. And all his places of business too. What a sham we are in.
- W.T. DoorLv 75 months ago
You didn't actually read the article, did you? You should do that and not base your "questions" of the headline.
- 5 months ago
Trump has always used paid actors to fill out his crowds since the first day of his campaign.
If your boss can tell you to go clean the toilet, then he likely also has the right to tell you to pretend to support trump for a photo opportunity.
- atheistLv 55 months ago
I have to go to work to get paid. Are you on welfare?
- Anonymous5 months ago
Trump must love that idea. He is still jealous that Kim Jong-un can feed his dissenters to wild dogs and he can't