WFSE Responds to Freedom Foundation Outreach With Clown Car, Clowns

WFSE Responds to Freedom Foundation Outreach With Clown Car, Clowns

WFSE Responds to Freedom Foundation Outreach With Clown Car, Clowns

Evidently the folks at WFSE 28 in Spokane have some new tools and tactics in their never-ending (but ultimately futile) quest to insinuate themselves between public employees and the truth.

When a handful of Freedom Foundation outreach staffers last week deployed at a state office building, the union responded like the clown show it is, rolling out a massive motor home (purchased, of course, with the sweat of members who’d been assured their dues dollars were being used only to cover collective bargaining costs) festooned with embarrassing slogans and manned by a crack squad of 10 paid WFSE operatives waving signs making noise to disrupt our message.

Throw in a trapeze act and an elephant and they could have sold tickets to this circus.

It didn’t work, of course, and plenty of workers gravitated to the Freedom Foundation crew, no doubt mortified by the clown show being staged on their behalf.

On the bright side, when WFSE 28 President Sue Henricksen takes the kids to Yellowstone this summer, it looks like she’ll be riding in style.

National Outreach Director
mhayward@freedomfoundation.com
Before joining the Freedom Foundation, Matthew worked as supervisor at the Washington State Department of Agriculture, where he coordinated efforts between federal and state agencies, tribes, and volunteer organizations in the Puget Sound. Grassroots politics has provided Matthew with many unique and sometimes controversial experiences. These experiences range from successfully building coalitions between different factions to training and organizing volunteers to maximize their effectiveness. Matthew’s passion for freedom to educate citizens about their Constitutional rights is strong and unwavering. “I not only measure success by results, bu t by the integrity of the action taken to achieve the result.” —Matthew H.