OOPS!: Abysmal Liberals Gather to Protest Trump Nominee…Yet Don’t Know His Name Or Who He Is!? [VIDEO]

OOPS!: Abysmal Liberals Gather to Protest Trump Nominee…Yet Don’t Know His Name Or Who He Is!? [VIDEO]

Liberals: If anything, they do one thing in particular very well. They get angry and that anger is currently pointed at President-elect Donald Trump…well, that and with Trump’s proposed cabinet…well, that and with conservatives.

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Basically they’re pissed at ANYTHING that doesn’t fall in line and agree with them. One independent journalist found this out the hard way when he joined in a protest against Trump’s proposed labor secretary, Andy Puzder.

Puzder is the CEO of CKE Restaurants, which is the parent company of the popular fast-food joints Carl’s Jr. and Hardee’s. So, it’s no surprise that many of his employees are minimum wage because they do entry-level work. So, it should also be no surprise that the “Fight for $15” campaign has targeted his nomination with protest.

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If you are one of those folks who are complaining about the nomination of Andy Puzder, you would figure you would have a solid idea of who and why you are protesting, right? I mean, if you are spending your time yelling, chanting and being all around obnoxious, at least do your own homework and find out what the freaking issue is!

What I mean is, you should be able to recognize the name of the person you’re protesting when it’s given to you by a reporter.

But unfortunately, that was too high of a bar for these picketers in Boston to clear and they went falling…badly:

“Do you guys know who Andy Puzder is?” Asked the man in the video. Almost all of the protesters answered that they indeed did not know.

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One protester suspiciously said she knew…but would rather she “point you to someone who really knows,” which is not the most self-assured statement coming from a community organizer.

The New York Times reported that Puzder’s appointment was being barraged by liberals because it’s “a proxy for a larger struggle between labor and industry groups to shape public opinion on issues crucial to both.”

Trump? 1. “Fight for $15” organizers? A big fat ZERO…

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