What’s next? Picketing at residences?
What will be next? Will these Alpine union employees be showing up on Gina Henke’s private property? Maybe on her doorstep intimidating any children she may have in her home. This is typical union behavior; intimidation, threats, fear. Has been for decades, and now our college/university students have learned this behavior; showing up on the private doorsteps of corporate executives demanding an apology for exercising their right to run a business the way they see fit. Odd that school teachers, from which our college/university students glean their information and subsequent behavior, are doing the same thing.
The issue to be resolved is one thing. Behaving like immature bullies is another story altogether
In answer to the above questions, yes, picketing in neighborhoods has already begun. These teachers’ union reps were photographed here, with Teresa Horton the CTA (CA Teachers Association) Representation in the front raising her hand to the photographer in a familiar gesture, in a Del Mar Heights neighborhood on January 30th to picket Superintendent Pellegrino’s home. When the group entered the neighborhood, the neighbors noticed that they were angry, and driving faster than is wise on a street where children may be playing. When a neighbor approached the group to request that they lower their speeds in the residential area, he was faced with aggression, and took this picture of Horton’s displeasure.