The top socialist in the country is a multimillionaire with three homes, so I guess this just seems normal to these frauds.
With products like Comrade Cluck (a plant meat, not actual chicken), No Evil Foods has had success casting itself as a “revolutionary” food company that embodies progressive values. But the company is learning marketing progressive ideas is easier than implementing socialist-style economics. For months, company leaders have been resisting a unionization effort by workers at their Weaverville, North Carolina plant. “I sincerely believe that right now a union would be a terrible thing for you and for No Evil Foods,” Mike Woliansky, the co-founder and CEO of No Evil Foods, told his employees earlier this year. “You could get the same thing you currently have. You could get less than you currently have. I don’t think you need a union voice here.”Socialist-Themed Vegan Meat Company Learns Marxism Works Better in Theory Than Practice – Foundation for Economic Education
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