Workforce Fairness Institute, an organization focused on employee/management relations, is releasing a series of videos chronicling left-wing intimidation, including tactic of “showing up at people’s houses to harass them and their families,” according to Erick Erickson of RedState.
“The videos document a growing trend in American civic discourse — the use of intimidation against private citizens to punish dissent,” Erickson adds.
And the video makes a fairly compelling case. So compelling, in fact, that conservative talk show host Rush Limbaugh tweeted the following:
See the video for yourself (Caution – Viewer discretion advised, coarse language):
"The NLRB [National Labor Relations Board] is working to bring division, discord, and disharmony to workplaces. They also intend to deliver it to the email inboxes, voicemails, and even the front porches of employees," the Institute's website reads.
Indeed, as mentioned earlier on The Blaze, members of the NLRB have been pushing for legislation that would require employers to turn over the name, phone number, email address, and even home addresses of every employee "within two days of the filing of an organizing petition."
"But given some unions’ long history of violence and intimidation, it’s simply wrong to disclose workers’ fundamentally private information, putting them at risk," the Institute claims.
"No one other than the employer has a right to such personal information and employees should make the decision whether it is provided to anyone."
(H/T: Michelle Malkin’s new startup, Twitchy)