Google, James Damore, Nlrb discussed on Mark Levin

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Made his devices unusually slow preventing him from organizing support within the company when we did fire him, our reputation and integrity took a hit. But at least other employees were afraid to speak up. This is what I always say. You don't have to burn down all the villages. You just have to burn down one firing him without an NDA was a huge risk though. He was a top performer. And new too many compromising secrets like Dragonfly the secret censored search project in China. He also reported several legally dubious practices in search. That means Google search. That's still exist. Only God knows why he never leaked Dragonfly or the other issues. But I think it's because he actually cared about Google our response after we fired him was equally disgraceful. We were supposed to have a town hall to answer these questions. However after questions started coming in that we couldn't reasonably answer we had to cancel it. We shifted the blame onto alt-right trolls and have avoided talking about it openly since then to control the narrative, we planted stories with journalists and flex Google's muscles where necessary in exchange for insider access and preferential treatment. All we ask for is their loyalty for online media Google ads pay their paycheck and our search brings their customers. So our influence should not be underestimated we dealt with the National Labor Relations board case in a similar way. People are ultimately lazy? So he found a sympathetic lawyer in the NFL are be and wrote the internal memo for her no one wanted to spend the effort to oppose it despite it being laughably week then. After day. More dropped his case and filed a class action lawsuit. We have the NLRB publicly released the memo that they had written for them. Our PR firm sent press release saying the NRO NLRB ruled the firing legal which was manufactured BS all our scheming was over the phone and deleted emails or through an external PR firm. So it was deniable now that we forced him into arbitration. We're close to screwing him over completely. I can't verify that this is accurate. James damore? But he clearly thinks it's accurate. Others are share. They think it's accurate, and it all certainly sounds plausible rings true and more than that. It is the playbook of how these companies do this. Whether this person who seems to know a whole lot is telling the truth or not this is the playbook. This is how Google plays dirty..

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