Emotions run high immediately after Boeing machinist vote is announced

Emotions run high immediately after Boeing machinist vote is announced
Machinists union members and supporters chant at a rally asking members to vote against a proposed contract Thursday, Jan. 2, 2014, in Seattle. National leaders at the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers recently announced a vote on Boeing's proposal despite the objections of local union leaders who had rejected the offer. The local leaders are recommending that members vote "no," in Friday's vote despite Boeing's threat that work on its new 777X airplane will go elsewhere if workers don't take the deal. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)

Just moments after learning about Friday night’s approval of the 777X contract vote, a frustrated machinist vents to a KCPQ TV reporter. John Carlson listens to the emotional response from the machinist and how that factors into the Boeing jobs that will be staying in Puget Sound thru 2024.