Sally Kohn is a professional leftist. Although she claims she’s been an employer (more on that later), a review of her career reveals that she’s spent almost her entire life working for leftist organizations, none of which ever rely on the free market for money. They all get funds from corporations, government grants, foundations, or wealthy individuals.
When she hasn’t been working for these outfits, she’s been employed by or freelanced for media organizations. She is not someone who’s run a small, mid-sized, or even large business that’s dependent on the vagaries of the marketplace to pay for operations.
The fact that Kohn knows nothing about the private sector hasn’t stopped her from having an opinion about those employers who have had to fire or temporarily suspend employees because of cash flow problems:
Oh Lordy, Twitter. Grasp the nuance of what I'm saying. I am NOT saying that it's not a hard, sometimes impossible decision. But it's still a DECISION. A CHOICE. Think about the meaning/implications of the word forced. No one is literally being forced to layoff workers.
— Sally Kohn (@sallykohn) April 9, 2020
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