Leader of company that flies Trump 2020 flag warns of layoffs if president isn’t reelected
Oct. 20 - A man who has funneled thousands of dollars in donations to President Trump’s campaign warned his employees of layoffs and a bleak future for their company if the president is not reelected.
Florida factory worker fired for talking to TV station about letter from boss warning of layoffs if Biden wins election - report
Oct. 24 - A Florida man has reportedly been sacked by , after speaking to a news outlet about his boss warning of job cuts if Joe Biden is elected president.The man, Stan Smith, told Orlando's NBC affiliate (WESH 2 News) that he was fired Thursday, presumably because DMC President George Daniels didn't like his comments to the station earlier this week. Smith told WESH on Oct. 19 that a letter from Daniels saying permanent layoffs would likely be necessary in the event Biden wins the Nov. 3 election was inappropriate. continue to read
Oct. 19 - ...Biden is focusing his platform on service members and their families, rather than touting weapons systems.
His platform includes paying service members a competitive wage, providing military families with resources and prioritizing support for military children.
That translates to researching and developing solutions to increase the time between permanent changes of station (PCS) while ensuring the military’s demands are met.
“One such solution could be investing in the creation of virtual or hybrid learning scenarios for mandatory professional military education so that service members and their families can remain in place, rather than PCS to a new base for a short educational tour,” Biden’s website states.
His platform continues the Defense Department’s work to reduce military spouse unemployment. State governors and military groups have been working on the issue for the past few years...
...Trump is also touting the creation of the Space Force as a way to protect U.S. assets in space and the elevation of U.S. Cyber Command to a full combatant commander. Both of those achievements originated from bipartisan bills in Congress from before the Trump presidency.
The administration is also playing up its work with North Korea, Iran and Russia.
“The Trump Administration has applied numerous sanctions against Russia for its malicious cyber activities, its destabilizing activities in Ukraine and its chemical weapons use,” the president’s website states... source
Oct 24, 2020