Administration’s bailout of General Motors helped unions while targeting other workers
President Obama said the protection of pensions was a high priority for him. But in 2009, the administration, in its takeover of General Motors, terminated the pensions of nonunion workers at a plant that supplied parts to GM. Meanwhile, despite contradictory testimony under oath, there is email evidence that President Obama’s Treasury Department sought to protect the pensions of GM’s union employees.
Listen to some of the 20,000 who were hurt by his actions talk about their struggles (30 seconds), and read the Daily Caller report on how evidence reveals the administration gave special treatment to union employees while hurting nonunion workers (3 pages).