Fox News host Gregg Jarrett on Monday advised a woman who thought Michigan's so-called "right to work" law was unfair because it allowed some workers to benefit from unions without paying dues to just "go get a job elsewhere."
Speaking to Fox News host Martha MacCallum, Michigan state Sen. Arlan Meekhof (R) defended the legislation by saying that workers "will be able to choose how they spend their money."
After her interview with Meekhof, MacCallum noted that Fox News had featured a woman who was angry that the anti-union law would allow workers who didn't pay union dues to unfairly receive benefits.
"One woman, in a soundbite we had earlier, said ‘I don’t want to work somebody who doesn’t have to pay what I have to pay.’ That is part of the outrage there," MacCallum explained to Jarrett.
"I mean, if she doesn’t like that, she can go get a job elsewhere, I suppose," Jarrett opined in reply. "But the point here is, it seems anathema to democracy to force somebody to join a union, to force somebody as a condition of having a job to join a union."
"And if they are doing a great job for people, then people will want to be part of it and they have that option as well," MacCallum agreed.
Watch this video from Fox News' America's Newsroom via Think Progress, broadcast Dec. 11, 2012.