Former Dirty Jobs Host Mike Rowe: There Is No Such Thing As A Nonessential Worker

Former Dirty Jobs Host Mike Rowe believes that EVERY WORKER IS ESSENTIAL and that “safety first” is well-intended, but just not true.

Washington Examiner:

Former Dirty Jobs host Mike Rowe spoke out this week about the “other” victims of the coronavirus and argued, “there is no such thing as a nonessential worker.”

“Most of the country is going to come through this with the realization we’re being treated like children … by people who want us to look at them as parents,” Rowe said during an interview with Glenn Beck on the Blaze.

“In an economy like this, when you take 26 million ‘nonessential’ workers out of the equation … the whole thing collapses under its own weight,” he said. More

Mike Rowe is an amazing American. He’s thoughtful and forward-thinking is always a welcomed reprieve from the craziness in today’s world!

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