Posted April 25, 2015 7:00 pm by Comments

By Robert Farago

Boeing's SC's first plane (courtesy nycaviation.com)

“The union looking to organize workers at Boeing’s South Carolina plant has put its plans in a holding pattern, claiming workers are so opposed to signing up that they chased labor leaders off their porches at gunpoint,” foxnews.com. “The union filed an unfair labor practice with the National Labor Relations Board in which it alleged that ‘two organizers were threatened at gunpoint and others reported hostile and near-violent confrontations,’ according to a union press release.” Yeah. Maybe . . .

A Charleston police spokesman said there have been no reports of organizers having guns pulled on them in the city.

“We haven’t heard of any such reports,” the spokesman. “If it happened, they didn’t call the police.”

A spokesman for the Charleston County Sheriff’s Office also said there had been no reports of gunpoint threats directed at union workers.

“I am unaware of this type of incident occurring in the unincorporated area of Charleston County,” he said.

South Carolina law (Section 16-23-410) says it’s “unlawful to present or point loaded or unloaded firearm at another person” unless you’re doing so in self-defense or defense of other innocent life. Brandishing is a felony in The Palmetto State carrying a fine and a prison …read more

Via:: Truth About Guns

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