By Joseph Bustos February 24, 2020
While Pete Buttigieg chanted “We Work! We Sweat, Put $15 on our check!” along with striking fast food workers calling for a $15 minimum wage, he was loudly questioned about his commitment to the fight for $15.
About 100 people rallied outside of a Charleston McDonalds calling for a $15 minimum wage, the day before Buttigieg and six other Democratic presidential hopefuls converge on the debate stage to make their final appeals to Palmetto State voters.
“No matter who you support, I support you, we support you, we stand together and we will not rest until one job is enough in the United States of America,” Buttigieg said.