Lou Dobbs has a few thoughts on the corporate assault against the Trump agenda, the establishment assault. The latest corporate leader to challenge President Trump, Space-X and Tesla CEO Elon Musk. He issued a threat, if the President were to withdraw the United States from the Paris Climate accord. He tweeted, “Don’t know which way Paris will go but I’ve done all I can to advise directly to POTUS through others in the White House and via councils that we remain.”
Dobbs continues, “When asked what he will do if the President pulls out Musk responded, ‘Will have no choice but to depart councils in that case.'” That’s the equivalent of taking your toys and going home, the type of spoiled brat attitude we would expect from this libtard who was bullied throughout his South African childhood for good cause, but is it really a wise move for a naturalized citizen to threaten the President of the United States?
Starbucks is another of the companies traveling into what Dobbs politely referred to as “‘adventurous terrain,’ calling on the President to remain in the Paris climate deal. Howard Schultz has long worked against this President. In fact, newly emerged documents show Schultz railing against President Trump, telling Starbucks staffers in a February meeting, ‘We have a President that is creating episodic chaos, (as opposed to what kind of chaos I cannot imagine) every single day and that is no doubt affecting consumer behavior.'”
Dobbs agrees, saying, “Yes it is, consumers highly confident and spending money, that’s what I see, Howard, what do you see? And Facebook also claiming the Paris climate deal will help the economy, with CEO Mark Zuckerberg pushing globalism during his commencement address at Harvard and just a big, strong dose of socialism, adding that the fight against nationalism ‘is the struggle of our time.'”
“Yet globalists and corporatists are the ones who have cut jobs and pay,” Dobbs points out, “marginalizing the middle class. President Trump is challenging that establishment and that status quo, looking to put all Americans first by standing up and straightforwardly talking about economic growth.”
“The establishment, of course,” Dobbs says, “fighting back with everything it’s got, and as we are learning and certainly the President is learning as well, the establishment has a whole bunch of stuff and they’re throwing it all at him.
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