Raynor tried to insist that as a country we routinely commit human rights abuses by not allowing workers to organize. By example he named domestic workers and farm workers. Apparently Raynor is unaware of the SEIU and the United Farm Workers or he was
Unfortunately, the video I could find of the exchange was posted at News Hounds, whose motto is "We watch FOX so you don't have to." In the post introducing the clip they write (emphasis added):
In honor of Labor Day, a special Cost of Freedom “business block” on Fox News made a special effort to attack unions. Actually, substitute host Stuart Varney didn’t just attack unions, he accused Bruce Raynor, of Workers United, of siding with “our enemies.” Why? Because Raynor supported the Obama administration’s report to the United Nations “equating the difficulty of organizing a union here in America to a human rights offense.” That must mean that Varney thinks President Obama and his administration side with our enemies, too, though he did not say so.I'll say it. President Obama and the people of his administration do not believe in American exceptionalism. They hold to a "one world" view that does not recognize individual countries. In their rosy view, N. Korea, Iran, Syria, etc., are not our enemies but rather our kin in the great Brotherhood of Man. Yes, we are family and the UN (which Varney correctly calls "a den of thieves") is our Daddy. If that doesn't scare the Hell out of you I don't know what will.
One further point before we get to the video: contrary to the claims above, I do not hear Varney attack unions. Perhaps the people at News Hounds have never been taught the difference between disagreeing and attacking.