Whoever Puzder is, they’re against him

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.

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