KARMA: CEO Who Told Employees to Resign if They Voted for Trump… Receives BIG SURPRISE!

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GrubHub CEO Tells Employees to Resign if They Voted for Trump

 

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source: Quartz

 

Apparently we live in a whippy society now.  You’re not even allowed to think for yourself.  Imagine your current employer sent you an email that told you to resign if you voted for Trump… How would that fly with you?  The CEO of GrubHub, an online food delivery service did just that!  How in the world can someone punish you for voting?  If he follows through with his bullying antics he not only deserves to be sued but he should go to jail for threatening his workforce.

 

Fox News: Grubhub CEO Matt Maloney sent a companywide email Wednesday encouraging employees who supported Trump to resign.

Maloney Stated: “If you do not agree with this statement then please reply to this email with your resignation because you have no place here.”

He went on to say that he though the results of the election would empower others to act “against marginalized groups” in the workplace.

 

 

Maloney bologna is what I say.  Here you have a guy who is living the “dream.”  A successful businessman with a company that’s involved with the NYSE and he has something negative to say?!?  The Constitution of America allowed him to do this!  Yet he opens his big mouth to spew hatred towards the democratic system that allowed him to succeed in the first place.

Well, Trump supporters who “were” customers before his rant.  Had something to say about that:

 

 

Investing stated: GrubHub (NYSE: GRUB) is off 5.8%.  Shares are down 9.4% over the past two days.

 

This won’t be the last time we deal with whiney people who believe their opinions matter.

Donald Trump’s election stirred something up in the hearts of Republicans but sadly it also stirred up the hatred in liberals.

Let them get it out of their systems… When you’ve been fed garbage for this long, it’s only a matter of time before it finds it’s way out.

These people are sick, healing takes time.

 

H/T: YoungCons

Feature Pic: Forbes

 


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