Radicals are Scared of #RightToWorkNM Legislation!

This afternoon, just half an hour ago, Jobs for All NM, an opportunity-supporting pro-Right-to-Work organization held its first tweetfest.

Individuals from across New Mexico had the opportunity to share reasons why Right-to-Work matters to them!

Joel Henry shared his concerns and perspective– individual rights and safety matter!

Liberals oppose workers choice!

With the knowledge that Right-to-Work supporters would have a tweetfest, radicals and progressives set automated tweets attacking Right-to-Work legislation and the right of workers to choose whether to join a union or not.

ProgressNow NM was particularly annoyed by our plans, but we managed to have a great tweetfest filled with articles, great stories, personal testimony and facts despite their false “facts” and bullying.

From union activist Miles D. Conway to ProgressNow NM to the mysterious “Expose Right to Work NM” (which we’re looking into), we saw that the liberals are really scared of Right-to-Work and those supporting it!

Maybe Joel Henry said it best?!

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