Employee whose memo criticized Google as an ‘ideological echo chamber’ reportedly fired

The Google employee who posted a memo calling for an honest discussion of the company’s diversity policies, which he said was in part enforced by the company’s “culture of shaming and misrepresentation” has reportedly been fired.

JUST IN: Google has fired an employee who wrote a memo blasting the web company’s diversity policies https://t.co/5gm8BTOdIDpic.twitter.com/OnxRAMddN6

— Bloomberg (@business) August 8, 2017

Scoop on terminal with @mhbergen : Google memo author says he has been fired.

— Ellen Huet (@ellenhuet) August 8, 2017

Here, story: James Damore, Google engineer who wrote memo, says he was fired for “perpetuating gender stereotypes” https://t.co/LZCPtconCT

— Ellen Huet (@ellenhuet) August 8, 2017

Thank goodness the thought police got there so soon! So many delicate snowflakes saved.

— John Everyman (@ErnosRebellion) August 8, 2017

Unreal. This guy even tried hard to show he was left of center & couched every touchy point w/ real ideas to promote their args.

— Kevin D Jones (@Kevin_D_Jones) August 8, 2017

Awesome, @Google, fire someone because they are honest, they are reasoned and their arguments are completely supported by research. 🙄

— Marek Zee (@MarekZee) August 8, 2017

Again: Trump is going to be president for life, isn’t he? https://t.co/v7toRE4V19

— Cardinal Manifesto (@Gimblin) August 8, 2017

Google CEO Sundar Pichai issued his own memo Monday, saying that the memo writer had violated Google’s code of conduct by crossing the line and “advancing harmful gender stereotypes in our workplace.”

Google CEO says employee who penned controversial memo has violated its Code of Conduct https://t.co/wTffALIakDpic.twitter.com/IOnQRq3oyn

— Kara Swisher (@karaswisher) August 8, 2017

Google sure does have a way of proving Memo Dude’s point

— Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) August 8, 2017

> Guy says Google stifles diversity of thought and punishes opposing viewpoints

> Google fires him https://t.co/oCPNJfQenk

— Sam (@Sam_5thEstate) August 8, 2017

Dude: This company has a viewpoint diversity and political correctness problem.

Google: You’re fired.


— Guy Benson (@guypbenson) August 8, 2017

Google keeps proving that everything in that memo was true. https://t.co/2WXFY9KkTJ

— David Harsanyi (@davidharsanyi) August 8, 2017

From a certain perspective, couldn’t someone argue that this very precisely proves the point? https://t.co/f2RfX4oGGI

— Omri Ceren (@omriceren) August 8, 2017


— jon gabriel (@exjon) August 8, 2017

.@Google went proved the memo author’s point. So tragically upsetting and wrong. America doesn’t feel as free when I see things like this. 😔 https://t.co/iPUVnookcH

— Richard A. Mills (@RAMRANTS) August 8, 2017

Somehow I think that if he’d written a BLM manifesto you’d give him a raise and a seat on the diversity board https://t.co/gxyLkwqTsQ

— Ben Shapiro (@benshapiro) August 8, 2017

The online mob strikes again. People really don’t realize how much harm they are doing to the ability to have open dialogue in our society. https://t.co/WPAO6U4mX2

— (((AG))) (@AG_Conservative) August 8, 2017

Independent thought and free expression of those thoughts is a violation of Google’s Code of Conduct.

Shocker. https://t.co/9hlsOLyapd

— Anti-Hipster (@corrcomm) August 8, 2017

Been following this as closely as I can and so far have not seen any attempts at refuting his claims. Just accusations and hurt feelings. https://t.co/nw8iqoCld7

— I Am Spartacus (@I__AmSpartacus) August 8, 2017

That was pretty much the sum total of the CEO’s response: “The memo has clearly impacted our co-workers, some of whom are hurting and feel judged based on their gender.”

CEO labels memo “offensive,” says staff “hurting and feel judged.” But he never says the memo’s assertions are incorrect 😉 https://t.co/Tv3SSS8Jpn

— The Four Marks (@TheFourMarks) August 8, 2017

1st/2nd wave #feminism did not exist so that people could be punished for hurting women’s feelings. Get it together @Googlehttps://t.co/smd8AmHATq

— Anne McGlovin (@AnneMcglovin) August 8, 2017

I’m old enough to remember when Google’s motto was “don’t be evil.” https://t.co/XE1P0B6qIa

— Alex Jeffries (@codemonkey1972) August 8, 2017

Remember when its motto was “Don’t be evil”? It’s evil. Totalitarian evil. https://t.co/1o3Lninvp2

— John Podhoretz (@jpodhoretz) August 8, 2017

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SO BackASSwards: WOMEN nuke SJWs shrieking ‘off with his head’ over Google ‘anti-diversity’ memo https://t.co/nX5k1xEzH7

— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) August 7, 2017

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