Sick. Hoffa Says He Has “No Regrets” For Violent, Profanity-Laced Threatening Labor Day Speech
Teamster leader Jimmy Hoffa says he would say it all again if he could.
The union leader defended his violent profanity-laced threatening Labor Day speech on Monday.
Teamsters union president James Hoffa would say it all again if he could, he told TPM Monday.
Hoffa riled up Fox News and the right wing Monday with a Labor Day speech in Detroit in which he called Republican members of Congress “sons of bitches” and said union workers are ready to “go to war” with the tea party next year and “take out” Republicans at the ballot box.
Hoffa said he’d say the exact same words all over again.