Man Couldn’t Work Because of Mourning Over Roe v. Wade…He’s Fired Now
Just how much whining can a nation take? The progressives on the left are venting all kinds of emotions since the Dobbs case in the Supreme Court led to the overturning of Roe v. Wade. But journalist Katie Herzog uncovered one person’s response that is well over-the-top.
Herzog took screenshots of a person who decided that he was just experiencing so much grief over the Supreme Court’s decision that he had to stop working. It was just too much for him.
He certainly wasn’t alone in the tidal wave of liberal meltdowns, but he did face the music when his boss fired him.
Maybe it would be good to get back to some basics here. If you stop working, you probably should not be surprised if you get fired. You get paid to do a job and if you don’t do your job, your employment will be ended.
And your deep-set grief over a Supreme Court’s decision is not a good enough reason for a sabbatical. And when you get fired, you should not expect to be a national martyr, you should expect to be the subject of ridicule.
Deleted this tweet. The guy may be a special kind of dumbass but it was getting too much traction. Sorry to spoil the fun 😕 pic.twitter.com/WEdCVyBYI0
— Katie Herzog (@kittypurrzog) July 4, 2022
Herzog published the full name of the emotional man in question, but after her post garnered so much attention, she decided to delete the original tweet. But she kept the story alive because it was so telling about where we are in America today.
The man described himself as a “queer brown man.” He decided work was just too much for him because of his need to mourn. He was fired by Universal Music Enterprises, and he quickly wanted the world to know about the injustice against him.
Again, this queer brown man was not alone. Amazon workers attempted the same thing and Employees at Elon Musk’s Space X also tried to pull off a coup.
All of them were fired.