Welcome to the FEP July Newsletter
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AMAZON HELPS LEFT PUNISH ITS POLITICAL ENEMIES Twitter stopped working with the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) a year ago. But Amazon defended – and even fought for – its relationship with the discredited left-wing special interest group.
SALESFORCE RESERVES THE RIGHT TO FIRE EMPLOYEES FOR POLITICAL BELIEFS – BUT CAN’T EXPLAIN WHY “Benioff is perhaps the loudest liberal voice in corporate America,” said Danhof. “Yet he can’t defend himself or the company when I called him out on the policies in place at Salesforce. Why would any publicly traded company desire to discriminate against its workforce based on ideological makeup? Benioff couldn’t defend Salesforce’s position because it’s indefensible.”
Justin was invited on “Eat the Press” to talk about his shareholder activism at the recent Comcast shareholder meeting. Comcast owns MSNBC. Commenting on the need to challenge the network and its parent company, Justin said that “their bias and their fake news really does a tremendous amount of harm to our body politic and our public discourse.”
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