Outgoing AFL-CIO President of South Carolina, Donna DeWitt doubles down on intimidation and thug life.
Republicans are trying to capitalize off a recent video featuring a South Carolina AFL-CIO leader bashing a piñata bearing the face of South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley. Haley sent out a donation request via Twitter, calling on people to stand with her against what she calls...
The repeated requests by progressives to engage in “civil discourse” take on a new tone with the release of a video filmed at a union gathering last Saturday. In the video, outgoing South Carolina AFL-CIO president, Donna Dewitt, attacks a pinata with the a picture of South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley glued to it. Unions [...]
Donna Dewitt, the outgoing president of the South Carolina AFL-CIO, is seen on video bashing a pinata of South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley's (R) face with a stick at a union retreat Saturday. The pinata bears the phrase, "Unions are not...Show More Summary
If you haven’t seen it yet, Newsbusters has the video of South Carolina AFL-CIO president Donna DeWitt beating the hell out of a piñata with a picture of Nikki Haley taped to it. The union crowd cheers her on. This comes just days after...Show More Summary
A video posted to YouTube shows South Carolina AFL-CIO President Donna Dewitt beating a pinata with a photo attachment of Governor Nikki Haley....
Here we have another union thug acting out a desire for violence. This time it’s Donna Dewitt, the President of the South Carolina AFL-CIO (a grand title for a chief thug, eh?), using a baseball bat to smack a piñata sporting the face of S.C. Show More Summary
South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley took to Twitter to criticize unions for a video of outgoing South Carolina AFL-CIO president bashing a pinata with a picture of Ms. Haley's face attached to it.
Here we have another union thug acting out a desire for violence. This time it’s Donna Dewitt, the President of the South Carolina AFL-CIO (a grand title for a chief thug, eh?), using a baseball bat to smack a piñata sporting the face of S.C. Gov. Nikki Haley on it. Now, imagine, folks, if these [...]
By Katrina Trinko, National Review There’s a video clip making the rounds online that shows South Carolina AFL-CIO president Donna DeWitt hitting a pinata with South Carolina governor Nikki Haley’s face on it: I just got off the phone with DeWitt, who confirmed she was the woman in the video. Did she have any regrets? [...]
(Randy Barnett) This is pretty shocking: From ABC News: Dewitt told ABC News she has no regrets about the incident and said there was “no ill intent” in what she was doing. Dewitt said her colleagues brought the pinata and were using it as a “memoir” of Haley’s words and actions towards unions in her time [...]
The head of the AFL-CIO in South Carolina, Donna Dewitt, was recently captured in a video uploaded to YouTube bashing a piñata with a picture of Republican Gov. Nikki Haley’s face on it. The labor leader told the press that the incident was “all in fun,” but she has drawn criticism from even the governor herself.
Donna Dewitt, the outgoing president of the South Carolina AFL-CIO, is seen in this video bashing a piñata of South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley’s face while Dewitt and her colleagues were at a retreat in Columbia, S.C. Saturday afternoon.
War on women.
There’s a video clip making the rounds online that shows South Carolina AFL-CIO president Donna DeWitt hitting a pinata with South Carolina governor Nikki Haley’s face on it. Unfortunately, the video can’t be embedded, but you can watch it here. I just got off the phone with DeWitt, who confirmed she was the woman in the video. Show More Summary
The following is adapted from the South Carolina AFL-CIO Blog by Russell Bannan. More than 100 labor and community activist rallied for workers’ rights in Spartanburg, S.C., Saturday, in a one-mile march that endedat the site of theShow More Summary
OHIO: “AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka will be in Ohio Monday for labor’s final push before a key statewide vote on collective bargaining rights,” The Hill writes. SOUTH CAROLINA: On Nov.
AFL-CIO's Trumka: "We strongly support the President’s vision on infrastructure to create good jobs and succeed in a global economy, and working people are ready to work with him and hold him to his promises." Senator Murray: "With the 2010 elections, Republicans earned the responsibility of governing and voters will be looking to see if [...]
Nikki Haley, newly sworn-in Governor of South Carolina, is welcomed into office by the AFL-CIO. Their idea of a welcome? A lawsuit. Governor Haley dared to announce her intent to keep job-killing unions from invading South Carolina’s businesses. In particular, … Continue reading ?
Nikki Haley, Governor of South Carolina and Redstate Gathering attendee, has barely stepped foot into office and the AFL-CIO has deemed fit to use their dues to sue her for expressing her intent to prevent job-killing unions from invading...Show More Summary