For this episode, Jacob and Eric discuss the latest surprising example of Cancel Culture actually working for the Right: The National School Boards Association (NSBA) apologizing over its letter to the Biden Administration demanding that anti-Critical Race Theory parents be labeled as “domestic terrorists.” Eric analyzes a Newsweek op-ed which speculates that the GOP could seize the opportunity to become the party of American workers by supporting ongoing strikes, walkouts, and other protests by working-class Americans against vaccine mandates by their employers, like the Southwest Airlines fiasco. Jacob reacts to Merrick Garland’s congressional testimony, during which he claimed to be completely ignorant of the two cases of rape in Loudoun County schools, perpetrated by the same “transgender” student. For the main topic, they address the true cause of the ongoing labor shortage across America, and the subsequent supply chain issues: Mass immigration forcing Americans out of work due to the influx of low-skilled labor.
01:02 The National School Board Association takes a knee to parents
11:09 AG Merrick Garland has no knowledge of nonbinary rape case in Loudoun County
23:56 AG Merrick Garland has no knowledge of Interior Department insurrection
35:58 Working Class Voters up for Grabs
44:00 Main Topic: Why aren’t Americans going back to work?
44:19 Is federal unemployment keeping people on the couch?
51:41 Labor Supply and Demand in Post-Covid America
NSBA reverses course on letter calling parents “domestic terrorists:” https://twitter.com/NoahPollak/status/1451705222531674112
Merrick Garland gets grilled over Loudoun County rape cases involving transgender suspect: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3-_KdARihik
Garland gets grilled on protesters who stormed the Department of Interior: https://steube.house.gov/media/press-releases/steube-grills-ag-garland-politicized-doj-during-house-judiciary-committee
Newsweek article on how the Left is abandoning the working class over vaccine mandates: https://www.newsweek.com/working-class-americans-are-standing-themselves-left-denouncing-them-opinion-1637577
Employers still struggling to find workers even after the expiration of unemployment benefits: https://news.yahoo.com/federal-unemployment-benefits-gone-businesses-132328154.html
Cites academic study that found most people who lost benefits still can’t find work: https://www.ktvb.com/article/news/local/labor-shortage-idaho-employee-jobs-unemployment-hiring/277-1e2cdaa8-80cf-40b9-b1ca-d8a957982aa6
Former restaurant worker gives his perspective on the unemployment crisis: https://www.foodandwine.com/fwpro/real-reason-restaurant-worker-shortage
Cartels formed rings to supply low-wage workers to American employers in the Midwest: https://www.restaurant-hospitality.com/legal/19-indicted-restaurant-linked-racketeering-case
How the government is contributing to these immigration/employment rackets: https://www.foxnews.com/us/midnight-biden-secretly-flying-underage-migrants-ny-night
The pandemic has forced restaurants to treat employees with more respect and offer them greater compensation: https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2021/10/18/restaurant-execs-less-migration-means-better-treatment-u-s-workers/
Cato Institute bemoans how Trump kept 1.2 million immigrants out of the workforce, blames this for the supply chain crisis: https://www.breitbart.com/economy/2021/10/19/cato-trump-excluded-1-2-million-foreign-workers-from-u-s-jobs/