The tolerance brigade is back and attempting to influence corporate leadership once again. File hosting service Dropbox recently announced that Condoleezza Rice had been chosen to sit on the company’s board of directors.
That move didn’t sit well with many from the progressive human resources department, and there’s a petition demanding Rice be removed from the Dropbox board:
— Trevor Timm (@trevortimm) April 10, 2014
Some claim to have issues with Rice’s past approval of wire tapping when she served in the Bush administration, and we can’t help but wonder how many of those objecting to her new job at Dropbox voted for Obama:
Haha @Dropbox what are you doing? Condi Rice joins your board? The lady authorized wire taps with no warrants and I should feel okay?
— LeadPipeJedi (@LeadPipeJedi) April 10, 2014
— Phil Dale (@fak3r) April 10, 2014
Do you use Dropbox? Condoleezza Rice has joined Dropbox's board of directors.
She was involved in wiretapping and NSA spying. Nice.
— Jerm (@mynameisjerm) April 10, 2014
However, there is also support for Dropbox:
— Dr. Jason B. Whitman (@JasonBWhitman) April 10, 2014
Can’t imagine why Dropbox would want someone as intelligent, articulate and accomplished as Condi Rice on their Board. Very troubling.
— The H2 (@TheH2) April 10, 2014
— Michele Frost (@michelelfrost) April 10, 2014
— Jay Caruso (@JayCaruso) April 10, 2014
For many, their opposition to Dropbox’s newest board member boils down to two words: “War criminal!”
@DLoesch your commentary is laughable. People are trying to remove a known war criminal. Doesn't matter if they are male or female.
— Justin Benttinen (@Benttinen) April 10, 2014
— Zero G Badillion (@ZeroGBadillion) April 10, 2014
— Julie Karamaneh (@JuliePatchouli8) April 10, 2014
Condoleezza Rice, surveillance and torture fan, joins Dropbox board http://t.co/p3GdVQHIqm
— Ed Bott (@edbott) April 10, 2014
Condi the war criminal Rice the well known privacy advocate is now on the board of @Dropbox Have you deleted your account yet? Please do so.
— William Owen (@Bill_Owen) April 10, 2014
— George M (@gmiddleb) April 10, 2014
Still, having a war criminal on board is bad.
— L'avenir ç'est nous. (@laprice) April 10, 2014
good to know my cloud storage has a wire tapping war criminal as a board member. Goodbye, Dropbox. http://t.co/F7EdDXSbni
— Amanda Sledz (@transporbation) April 10, 2014
Nice move Dropbox, now Mozilla can say "hey, at least we didn't bring in a war criminal".
— Jack Daniel (@jack_daniel) April 10, 2014
Speaking of “war,” why in the world doesn’t an attempt to keep a single, black female out of the corporate board room fall under the “war on women” umbrella?
— Cask Strength (@ChampionCapua) April 10, 2014
— Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) April 10, 2014
— Johnny Bishop (@JohnnyBishop) April 10, 2014
Weird.. @donnabrazile oddly silent about another leftist mob standing in the doorway of Condoleezza Rice serving on the board of Dropbox.
— Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) April 10, 2014
— eric (@eriContrarian) April 10, 2014
Hateful, Racist, Women Hating Fascists Try to Drive Condi Rice from Dropbox Board http://t.co/zJ2b3WDbMr
— cup 'o joe ☕️ (@JoeNYLaw) April 10, 2014
Rice will have to get the “D” after her name if she’s going to get the free pass from the tolerance brigade.