Google’s firing of James Damore has emboldened the tyrranical SJWs infesting Google at every level.
CEO Sundar Pichai makes it clear. People must feel free to express dissent…except if people don’t like your dissent then you’ll be fired. There is nothing in that memo that would make any sane, normal person feel threatened. Damore even goes so far as to assert “sexism is a problem”. Do you ever notice sexism and the presence of liberals are highly correlated?
— Claire Lehmann (@clairlemon) August 8, 2017
Wondering what kind of people Google employs as engineers? Take a look at Kim Burchett, an open advocate for Antifa, who are basically domestic terrorists.
“Should inclusion on the list include something resembling a trial?”
“Someone must have been telling lies about Joseph K., for without having done anything wrong he was arrested one fine morning.“
Google is filled with employees who now feel emboldened to create public lists where anyone with "problematic" views can be flagged as such. pic.twitter.com/3GXdGOUmUH
— /pol/ News Forever (@polNewsForever) August 8, 2017
“It has cost me at least two days of productivity and anger.” These people are pathetic.
Joel Becker, official Google heretic hunter and witch burner pic.twitter.com/vlawzvopmT
— St. Thomas Bernhard (@MaximHorkheimer) August 6, 2017
When your employees describe themselves as “polyamorous queer autistic lesbian computer witches” and “gay communists” it’s time to take out the trash instead of firing PhD’s who shed light on your disgusting political bias.
>google employees pic.twitter.com/X8K47jbUTh
— COWBOY Shopper (@MAGA_shopper) August 8, 2017
Then again, Google’s head of “diversity and inclusion”, Danielle Brown, is tasked with the sole responsibility of reducing the number of straight white men employed by the tech giant.
She’s such a snake she won’t even link to the memo when distancing herself from it.
— James Gottry (@JamesGottry) August 6, 2017
They also don’t NEED lists. They can just spy on wrongthinkers.
— Supreme Dark Lord (@voxday) August 7, 2017
"I intend to silence these views"
— S͞c͢rum҉p̨mo̡nk̢ey͏ (@SpicyScrump) August 7, 2017
Lucky for James Damore, he sought legal counsel and filed a complaint with the National Labor Relations Board before publishing his memo.
— Paul Shetler (@paul_shetler) August 8, 2017
Enjoy your court case Google.