Witchhunt against Northrop Grumman employee because of his private opinions


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The new blacklist: The modern McCarthyism goes after a Northrop Grumman employee because it doesn’t like his private political opinions.

Aerospace giant Northrop Grumman Corp. said it is taking “immediate action” to look into a report that one of its engineers is part of a white nationalist group and was involved in violent brawls during last year’s Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Va.

Investigative news outlet ProPublica and PBS documentary program “Frontline” identified Michael Miselis, 29, as a member of the Rise Above Movement, which they described as a Southern California group that “expresses contempt for Muslims, Jews and immigrants.” The Southern Poverty Law Center civil rights group describes the Rise Above Movement as a hate group, and categorizes it specifically as a white nationalist group.

Read the article. The attitude of the author will chill you to the bone.

This is not an endorsement of this employee’s political opinions. In fact, a close read of the article suggests that this person might not even be the person with such opinions. Nonetheless, in a free country one should have the right to any opinions, and those opinions, no matter how vile, should not prevent you from earning your living. Furthermore, a free country will allow you to express those opinions, freely, without threat of harm.

It does not appear we live in such a country at this time. This individual has been identified as having opinions the social justice warriors of the left do not like, and thus he must be stoned to death. I am surprised they haven’t yet gotten the pitchforks and torches out and lynched him.

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3 comments

  • pzatchok

    There are protected classes of people

    You can not fire someone for their race, religion, or sexual orientation.
    If the left keeps pushing this” fire those we don’t like” attitude they will force the SC to include political views also.

    Your political views can come directly out of your religion. By claiming its your political views they are firing you for they are trying to get around that religious protected class.

    Pretty soon it will be all Catholics because we do not believe in abortion. But they will claim it just a political reason.

  • wayne

    Don’t know diddly about Rise Above Movement, but one thing I do know; Morris Dee’s and the SPLC are whacko Marxist America-haters, and they always have been.

    The Southern Poverty Law Center Scam
    John Stossel
    January 2018
    https://youtu.be/UNlO5JscuW4

  • Michael Dean Miller

    Like, somehow a patriotic White person is a problem to be labelled “hateful”, “racist” or “evil”?

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