Thursday, August 24, 2017

Swamp Drying Up Slowly

These swampies were outed by Charlottesville and the media:
The resignations made it clear that many of the “business leaders” could not be counted on for leadership if that involved standing against the wrath of the mainstream media.

And so the swamp was drained.

Nine executives or labor leaders resigned from the president’s Manufacturing Jobs Initiative before it was dissolved.

Kenneth Frazier of Merck.
Brian Kzranich of Intel.
Thea Lee of the A.F.L.-C.I.O.
Denise Morrison of Campbell Soup.
Elon Musk of Tesla.
Scott Paul of the Alliance for American Manufacturing.
Kevin Plank of Under Armour.
Richard Trumka of the A.F.L.-C.I.O.

Three executives had already quit the White House’s Strategic and Policy Forum.

Bob Iger of Disney resigned after the President announced the U.S. would exit the Paris climate accord.
Elon Musk of Tesla also resigned after the Paris climate accord exit.
Travis Kalanick resigned over the restrictions on travel from certain countries.

According to reports, several CEOs were on the verge of resigning from the Strategic and Policy Forum.

Indra Nooyi of PepsiCo.
Mary Barra of General Motors.
Virginia Rometty of IBM
Rich Lesser of the Boston Consulting Group.
Mark Weinberger of Ernst & Young.
Larry Fink of BlackRock.
Douglas McMillon of Walmart.
Jamie Dimon of J.P. Morgan Chase.

On Wednesday morning, August 16, the members of the Strategic and Policy Forum decided to dissolve the panel. This effectively meant the resignation of the remaining members:

Adebayo Ogunlesi of Goldman Sachs
Daniel Yergin of IHS Markit
Jack Welch of G.E.
Jim McNerney of Boeing.
Kevin Warsh of the Hoover Insitute
Paul Atkins of Patomak
Toby Crosgove of Cleveland Clinic

The manufacturing panel was also dissolved on Wednesday. At the time, it’s members were:

Alex Gorsky of Johnson & Johnson
Andrew Liveris of Dow.
Bill Harris of Harris Corp.
Dennis Mullenburg of Boeing
Doug Oberhelman of Caterpillar
Greg Hayes of United Technologies
Inge Thulin of 3M
Jeff Fettig of Whirlpool
Jeff Immelt of G.E.
Jim Kamsickas of Dana
John Ferriola of Nucor
Klaus Kleinfeld of Arconic
Marillyn Hewson of Lockheed
Mario Longhi of U.S. Steel
Mark Fields of Ford
Mark Sutton of International Paper
Michael Dell of Dell
Michael Polk of Newell Brans
Richard Kyle of Timken
Wendell Weeks of Corning.
Good riddance, and don't let the door hit your butts on the way out.

By siding with ISIS Antifa, they gave away their anti-American preferences. It's impossible to boyott the entire group, and I'm already boycotting GM, Ford and Pepsi (and they're feeling it, I'm sure...)

1 comment:

Steven Satak said...

It's amazing how many anti-Trump people - who were hiding in the weeds, pretending to be loyal conservatives - suddenly jumped up after Charlottesville and began braying their Leftist virtue-signal to all and sundry.

Of course, they immediately gave themselves away, but really, they couldn't help it. And so another batch of them has been identified and we now know where more of the loon-bags have lodged themselves.

At least now we know where they are.