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‘Fox Host: People Who Died In Walmart Factory Fire Were Thankful For Their Jobs’

Should protecting those that work for you be a part of the cost of doing business?

(Hint : trick question. Well for most of us.)

This speaks to the core of what I saw and still see in the ‘new’ Republican Party.

Placing a greater value on the rewards of business then on, in the greatest sense, the human endeavor.

By placing a greater value on money, we encourage a cheaper value on human life.

‘The 129 Bangladeshis who died in a fire caused by poor fire safety conditions in their garment factory should be thankful for their jobs, according to Fox Business host Charles Payne’.

‘Speaking with Neil Cavuto on Fox News this Monday, Payne excused this Sunday’s fire as a rare event and labelled all critics of the unsafe conditions that contributed to the tragedy as anti-Capitalist’:

PAYNE: “It is tragic. I don’t think something like this will happen again”.

“Don’t think that the people in Bangladesh who perished didn’t want or need those jobs, as well”.

“I know we like to victimize everyone in this country, particularly when it comes to for-profit motivation, which is being assaulted. But, you know, it is a tragedy but I think it is a stretch, an amazing stretch, to sort of try to pin this on Walmart but, of course, the unions in this country are desperate”.

‘The Bangladeshi factory in question, Tazreen Factories, had no functioning extinguishers, locked the exits, and employed managers who told factory workers to go back to their stations when the fire alarm went off’.

‘Since 2006, over 200 people have died in Bangladeshi garment factories as a consequence of the substandard safety precautions prevalent in their factory’.

‘Some believe companies like Walmart — whose brands were found in the burnt factory — would move if production at the faculty were more expensive; that is, if things like basic safety precautions were implemented’.

‘During his defense of the factory, Payne referred to himself as “a spokesman for capitalism and the American Dream” and said “for a lot of people, this [Walmart business practice] is a step in the right direction.”
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