Veterans in the Labor Movement w/ Will Attig + Conservative Media has the WRONG Priorities - TVLR 3/26/22
William Attig, executive director of the Union Veterans Council, talks about being arrested supporting Alabama coal miners and the work his organization does for union veterans. We talk about a story that animated right wing weirdos for a week, and what didn’t. And you know there is always more.
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