The disgraceful protests that have occurred over the course of this week as a result of Donald Trump’s historic win are pretty much expected. What we’ve seen from radical people on the left show they are unstable, overly emotional, and ignorant people who do not believe in the values of our country.
But what else do you expect from triggered snowflakes that need safe spaces?
What I will not tolerate are professionals who are breaking the law by attacking their own employees. Our laws clearly protect a citizen’s right to vote for whomever they choose. Business owners cannot violate those rights, either through intimidation or bribery. It’s why we have secret ballots, and why people can go to jail for discriminating against their own staff.
Yet this is what one CEO has done. And it could mean the end of his company.
The CEO of Grubhub, an online food delivery service, sent a company wide email Wednesday suggesting employees who agree with President-elect Donald Trump’s behaviors and his campaign rhetoric should resign.
“If you do not agree with this statement then please reply to this email with your resignation because you have no place here,” wrote Matt Maloney, Co-Founder of Grubhub. “We do not tolerate hateful attitudes on our team.”
Do you hear the hypocrisy in that message? I’d laugh if it wasn’t so outrageous. This man, who claims to hate intolerance is forcing Trump supporters—honest Americans who exercised their freedom to vote—to resign.
Um, that’s the definition of intolerance, Matt Maloney.
It didn’t take long for many Americans to express their outrage over this vile act of bullying and cowardice. The legal and business implications of his intolerance are going to come down on GrubHub like a sledgehammer, which is unfortunate—for all those pro-Trump employees he maligned.
— Carl Pinckert (@CarlPinckert) November 10, 2016
— Mr. X (@SideshowJon36) November 10, 2016
— Fiscal Tweets (@FiscalTweets) November 10, 2016
— Steph Jill Cartin (@stephjillabrams) November 10, 2016
Apparently Matt Maloney, CEO of Grubhub, forgot that millions of Americans—potential and existing customers—voted for Trump because of his commitment to strengthen our country.
A few liberals have tweeted in support for the corrupt CEO, but the irony is only wealthy Americans can afford to support a company that specializes in take-out food on a regular basis. You know, fully employed citizens that pay their taxes and often vote Republican?
Those social justice warriors and college students don’t have the scratch to do that.
Don’t be surprised to hear about a class action lawsuit against Maloney and Grubhub. This form of discrimination is illegal and will certainly mean the end of the company.