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AFFT in Fox Business: Labor unions renew fight against USPS vehicles being built in South Carolina instead of Wisconsin

Americans for Fair Treatment CEO, David Osborne, was featured in Fox Business:

David Osborne, CEO of non-profit Americans for Fair Treatment, which works to educate public sector employees about their constitutional rights around union membership, says the UAW official’s own words show the pushback has to do with politics and control rather than workers.

“Estrada read her stage directions out loud when she said, ‘This is not good for the Democrats,’” Osborne told FOX Business. “She and other union officials are pulling every lever they have, including their close relationship with the Biden administration, to pull tax dollars into their otherwise failing union.”

“It doesn’t matter whether the union is dealing with the government or private-sector employers — they see union labor as a chance to build their political capital, whether or not it’s actually good for workers,” Osborne said.

He added, “We work with public employees every day who are fed up with union officials who treat them like a means to an end. It’s time we see that unions don’t act in the best interest of their members.”

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Americans for Fair Treatment

Americans for Fair Treatment is a free, membership, non-profit organization designed to help public sector workers exercise their First Amendment rights without fear of coercion from unions.