Demonstrators protesting the nomination of Andy Puzder to be Secretary of Labor apparently didn’t know who Puzder is. So reports Jason Howerton of Independent Journal Review.
In a YouTube video posted by American Rising Squared, an interviewer asks three people who appear to be protesting Puzder’s nomination at a rally in Boston: “Do you guys know who Andy Puzder is?”
One of the respondents shook her head “no.” Another responded, “nah, I don’t know who that is.” The third protester said, “Yes, but I can point you to someone who really knows.”
A protester at an anti-Puzder rally in South Carolina was similarly lacking in knowledge.
We’ve all heard of low-information voters. Meet low-information protesters. The Democrats’ reliance on them is telling.
Apparently, anti-Puzder (whoever he is) protests have been organized in various cities by the “Fight for $15” movement which advocates a national minimum wage increase to that level for fast-food workers. Like Trump, Puzder opposes such a increases.
Thus, a good answer to the interviewer’s question would have been:
Andy Puzder? He’s the guy who wants to save jobs in the fast food industry.
Below is the American Rising Squared video, followed by a clip of Groucho Marx espousing the left’s approach to Donald Trump’s nominees.