Yesterday on The Ed Show, the progressive host severely criticized the Obama Administration over its secret negotiations on the controversial Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade deal.  There’s no one like Schultz who speaks so powerfully for the American worker.

From:  ‘ED Show’ guest list: Thursday, Sept. 26, 2013 (5p ET)

As our nation is focused on wacko bird Sen. Ted Cruz, there’s a major issue sitting under the radar that should trouble every American. If passed, the Trans Pacific Partnership would be the largest free trade agreement in American history.

Tonight on The Ed Show at 5pET (4pCT/3pMT/2pPT), live from Minneapolis on MSNBC, Ed Schultz will explain why TPP would be devastating for all of labor (not just the unions) and the environment.

Watch the video:  The Ed Show (9/26/2013): Steroidal NAFTA a danger to U.S. workers

3 thoughts on “Ed Schultz criticizes Obama Administration on secretive Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal (VIDEO)

  1. So thrilled to see Big Ed, the Labor guy, do what he’s called to do on this (these two, actually) spots. He’s not iffy about it. Two roundhouse rights from the big fists.

    If only the rest of these MSNBC lightweights (who I used to watch every night during the election) would get on board. The TPP is the WORST thing this country will face this decade.


    • Schultz is a progressive fighter, not a liberal wimp. We need more like him. Yes, the TPP would be terrible for America and that’s why it is being negotiated in secret.


      • I’m starting to think so. They (the elites) gave him the short end of the stick after the election, pulling him out of prime time. Now all of a sudden he’s back – a curious twist. He sort of lost face when Scott Walker didn’t go down. He had a lot riding on that recall, he and John Nichols, another man I greatly admire.


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