- Jan 24, 2015
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- Alta California, federalist.
The point was, he got fired and not You. And, it is Your story not his. Where is his YouTube video on the matter?Jesus Christ, do I have to explain it to you too? The point of my post was not who was fired. The point was that this is how far the race hysteria has gone and that there was no reason for him to think I was racist.Yet it was him that got fired and not you. See the difference.The point of the OP is to show that this is how far the racism crusade has gone. "What manager would fire someone for that?"? Today, unfortunately, any number of them.Something doesn't seem right about her point of view. What manager would fire someone for that?It's getting dangerous out there. Seems people are actively looking for problems.
Any advice for this poor lady?
Because of how ridiculous things have gotten, her story is entirely plausible and I'm inclined to believe her. I myself was a victim of black racism which was manifested in a misguided idea that I was a racist. Because he thought I was racist, he became belligerent and difficult to work with (a coworker and subordinate). Eventually things culminated in him spitting on me in the company truck. For this he was fired.