(Tea Party PAC) – The left claims to be firmly opposed to all hatred and discrimination.
Unless, of course, that is hatred of and discrimination against any of their ideological opponents.
A new report suggests that American workers who support Trump face a very real discrimination in the work force.
The Washington Examiner reports:
American workers who like President Trump face sweeping bias against them, with some managers refusing to hire his supporters and those already employed facing discrimination and mockery, according to a new study.
In a survey of hiring managers and workers shared with Secrets, the marketing firm Airtasker found that left-leaning firms are especially anti-Trump, with 20% vowing to reject a job candidate who backs the president.
And those who support Trump and who are already in the workplace face substantial mockery, including name-calling. The survey listed the responses to several examples of what pro-Trump workers face:
– 28%, joking about them.
– 23%, overly critical of them.
– 21%, being dismissive of them.
– 11% facing name calling.
The survey found that even more than Trump, a job candidate’s view on race and gender politics will help, or hurt, their chances of getting a job.
What the left seems to fail to understand is that there are decent, hard-working, principled people all over the country who support Trump, and for good reason.
Even in Seattle!
From the Seattle Times:
In blue Seattle, Trump supporters are starting to come out of hiding.
When word got out during the last presidential election that Seattle developer Martin Selig would be supporting Donald Trump, the blowback from our liberal town, he said, was “stunning.”
“Do you know what it’s like being a Jewish Republican in Seattle?” Selig told The Seattle Times. “The repercussions of what you hear from people is stunning.”
In reaction, Selig, a billionaire, retreated from any affiliation with Trump in 2016 and said he wouldn’t even vote for him. It had become problematic just getting along in the city while wearing a MAGA hat.
But that was then. This spring, Selig went all-in for Trump, maxing out to the president’s campaign with a donation of $5,600.
The majority of leftists seem to live in sanitized liberal bubbles where they can maintain their fantasy that Trump supporters are backwards, racist, bigots.