Google Employee Fired

The good employees at Google this morning can go to work knowing that if they ever deviate from the narrative, they will suffer the same fate.

The Google employee behind a ten-page viewpoint diversity manifesto that went viral online has been fired.

James Damore, whose manifesto criticizing the politically correct corporate culture at Google prompted outrage from left-wing employees and social justice warriors online, revealed that he had been fired in an email to Breitbart Tech on Monday evening.

In his email to Breitbart Tech, Damore claimed, “They just fired me for ‘perpetuating gender stereotypes.’”

Damore’s writing has revealed a divided Google, in which some employees agree with his outlook, but are afraid to speak out for fear of repercussions from social justice warriors in the company, such as being added to blacklists.

In a memo sent to employees, Google CEO Sundar Pichai reportedly claimed that Damore had violated their Code of Conduct.

Earlier in the day we reported on free speech social media platform Gab, which expressed interest in hiring Damore if he was fired from Google.

The one good thing about this is that it will send a clear message to SJWs that if they seek to punish wrong thinkers with firing and blackmailing them for life, people on our side will hire them and give them a place to go. We’ve figured out their tactics, and there are enough of us now to fight them.

The wrong think that Damore committed was believing (as I once did) that by pointing out the flaws within a community, or in his case the work place, he could bring attention to them and therefore cause a change. But he wasn’t aware (as I wasn’t either at the time) that SJWs would rather burn someone alive at the stake than self-reflect and think of their narrative.

So keep in mind to all those working in corporate, ladies are just like men. There are no differences. At least from 9-5. When you get home, you can laugh at these people for their insanity from a private Twitter account with a phone number that can’t be traced back to you. But at work, the narrative rules.

Hats off to Damore. He’s a brave soul.

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