What if a company asked for resignation from Obama Voters in 2008?#boycottgrubhub
— Monty Capuletti ☘ (@Monty1Capuletti) November 11, 2016
As Twitchy told you, Grubhub CEO Matt Maloney has landed in hot water — and possibly legal troubles — over an email he sent to employees suggesting that those who don’t necessarily subscribe to his anti-Trump views resign. But hey, at least Maloney can count on the loyalty and support of one noble crusader for tolerance and justice:
— deray mckesson (@deray) November 11, 2016
Wow. The highly prized Deray endorsement! Quite a coup for Maloney.
These people are certainly sold:
— Dan (@0ckam) November 11, 2016
— HesNotMyPresident60 (@SFGIANTSFAN1960) November 11, 2016
— Lanee Gee (@GriffinLanee) November 11, 2016
— Angel (@LovelyAB8) November 11, 2016
— Mark Postma (@MarkPostma77) November 11, 2016
— Thomas Logan (@Penman1961) November 11, 2016
That’s swell isn’t it? And not at all problematic.
— Collideascope (@bobloblaw847) November 11, 2016
Ha! Seriously, though. If Mckesson’s cool with an employer’s attempt to intimidate employees who don’t share his views, he’s sliding down a very slippery slope.
@deray sorry but this is totally not cool. You should be allowed to support your candidate (off hours) w/out worrying about your job.
— jill krupnik (@ducky_krupnik) November 11, 2016
— Thought Criminal (@Thought_Criminl) November 11, 2016
— laurence mckinley (@Raw666J) November 11, 2016
Not for Deray, it’s not.