Why would a guard at a bank belong to a government employee union? I do not believe the police were called and they never showed up. That in it self is a crime. Why would a policeman risk jail time for a cheep protest? I have worked on bank security system and know a little about this.
“Why would a guard at a bank belong to a government employee union? “
Not sure, not sure. Just telling it like I think I heard it. What else I recall is that theis branch does not usually have a guard at the bank, and that two regualr customers who were there earlier realized something was up and inquired why there was one there that day. Apparently, these two men were there as the time was approaching and were asked to leave so the bank would be free of customers.
I’m not sure SEIU only has public employees as members. Is that accurate? It may also be, if I’m not mistaken, that it was an LEO who has a side job in security. Don’t know. Just trying to convey the story as best I can. It didn’t make much sense to me either except in light of the Lerner tape, and in light of the fact that the bits and pieces I heard from the different sources there certainly seemed to be telling the same story.
Just keep telling yourself: Unions are good; teachers are good; police are good.