Yesterday Cameron wrote about the company GrubHub whose CEO Matt Maloney told employees who voted for Trump and shared his views that they should resign immediately in a memo that was sent to everyone after the election result in favour of Trump.
“That note could be construed by his employees that someone who voted for Trump could be fired,” said Horstman, who suspects other CEOs have sent similar notes. “It has a chilling effect on people’s perception of their rights.”
Sadly Matt Maloney is not the only head of a company that think he can bully people who do not share his political views. Today I bring you the astonishing tale of venture funding group Y combinator who have removed Gab founder Andrew Torba from their membership because he tweeted,
“build the wall ”