The bus visits locations such as supermarkets where there is high footfall. Some of the messages from the bus include: “Numbers of new cases are now rising steeply;” “2 to 3 people are dying of Covid in Redbridge every day;” and “Protect yourselves and your loved ones – avoid mixing indoors with other households.”
Kroger, which issued a $2 pay boost at the start of the pandemic, noted that it has already spent about $1.3 billion to reward associates and implement dozens of coronavirus-related safety measures since last March. The California Grocers Association filed a legal challenge to the mandate calling it unconstitutional.
The AFL-CIO that supposedly represents workers, and the US Chamber of commerce that supposedly represents entrepreneurs, joined forces to pressure Trump and Republican politicians to accept defeat. Laura Ingraham suggested the alliance was used to sweep pro-immigration Biden into office to open our borders for cheap migrant labor.