Although the radical Islamic organization, Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), will march with its Communist comrades for LGBT and transgender rights, minimum wage hikes and unionization of fast food franchises and companies such as Boeing, tolerance of Progressive dogma involving workers’ rights has its limits.
CAIR is fighting the Service Employees International Union’s attempts to unionize employees at CAIR’s national office.
What’s good for others is bad for CAIR?
Quite a turn around considering that during the last week of February, CAIR’s Georgia office marched alongside demonstrators in Marietta Georgia calling for improved work conditions and the unionization of a Nissan car plant in Mississippi.
According to The Daily Caller, more than 50% of CAIR employees filled out union cards handed out by SEIU 500.
CAIR took its fight to the NLRB arguing that “that it is a religious organization and therefore exempt from the National Labor Relations Act.”
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