Union math: 104 people can impose their will on 3000...

Micro unions:  Consider this:  178 workers in Boeing’s Charleston operation were asked to vote to form a “Micro Union”.  Such a union is permissible because "they have different skills, salary, and supervision."  104 voted for the union.  So now the micro union (178 people) can shut down the operation.  The problem is 74% of Boeing’s 3000 people voted against the same union last year.  Shouldn’t the majority rule?
The National Labor Review Board (NLRB) ignores the courts:  Their claim: “National jurisdiction” means they only need to listen to the Supreme Court.  A Michigan clinic received $18K in damages when a judge rebuked the NLRB for pursuing something they knew they would lose in court.
Employers should be pushing for changes.  I am reminded of the Martin Niemoller quotation:
First they came for the Socialists, and I did not speak out –
Because I was not a Socialist.
...and we know how that ends up.