Few people can find any reason to complain about having the day off from work, and that’s not what we’re about to do either. Instead, we’re going to complain about why we set an arbitrary Monday aside at the end of August.
For most people, it doesn’t really matter why Labor Day is on the calendar. As far a they know, it’s just another late summer holiday — perfect for a last minute barbecue or a trip to the beach. And that’s fine — go for it. But before you do that, take a minute to reflect on the history behind it.
This isn’t like Memorial Day, where we celebrate the heroism of America’s fallen warriors. It isn’t the Fourth of July, where we take our patriotism to the next level and appreciate the things that make America unique and exceptional on the world stage. In fact, it’s close to being the opposite of both of these things.
Labor Day is testament to the fact that the far left infiltrated our culture a long ago. And while honoring the “working class” may seem like a harmless, or even novel idea on its surface, there is a cynical and sinister motive behind it.
Here’s Steven Crowder with the truth about Labor Day.