DAILYKENN.com -- Simple doxing followed by a petition led to the firing of a Comcast employee.
Andrew Kovalic was canned after antifa outed him as a member of Proud Boys. The firing terminated Kovalic's ten-year tenure with the company where he worked as a technician.
Antifa has been characterized as the brown-shirt wing of the far left and criticized for encouraging and participating in serial rioting, anti-white male racism and sexism, and anti-Western values. The Dept. of Homeland Security has identified antifa as "domestic terrorists."
How strange that Comcast would allow it's human resources decisions to be dictated by domestic terrorists.
Kovalic was photographed flashing an "okay" hand sign that some interpret as 'white pride' or 'it's okay to be white.'
Proud Boys is an all-male association that promotes Western values, has denounced white supremacy, and distances itself from the alt-right.
Nonetheless, the intolerant left demonizes the group as racist and invented the slur "alt-light" for groups such as Proud Boys.
Comcast reportedly told DailyMail.com: "There's no place for disrespectful, offensive behavior in our culture. The individual is no longer employed by Comcast."
• Antifa activists and Comcast have apparently disregarded the fundamental right to freedom of association by targeting Kovalic.
Freedom of association is a Western value that is canonized in the United States Bill of Rights, the European Convention on Human Rights (article 11), the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, international law (including articles 20 and 23 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights) and The Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work by the International Labour Organization.
• One has to wonder if Comcast includes its customer base in it's "culture". How long until Comcast denies service to customers it deems disrespectful.
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