(Dmytro “Henry” Aleksandrov, Headline USA) After finding the excuse to not work at his job because of the overturn of Roe v. Wade, a former production coordinator at Universal Music Enterprises was fired from his job.
“Every Friday, one of my tasks was to process reports for upcoming releases. This is an email list that goes out to 275 people,” he said.
“I didn’t do them today. I’m in mourning due to the attack on people with uteruses in the US. Federally guaranteed access to abortion is gone.”
He also gave an ultimatum to the company he works for by saying that the company should stop giving money to “anti-LGBT” politicians, or else the snowflake activist would continue not fulfilling his employee’s duties.
“Vivendi and Universal Music Group must stop donating to anti-abortion, anti-queer and anti-trans politicians… like Marsha Blackburn, Ken Buck, Victoria Spartz, etc.,” he said. “Or expect more unproductive days. Yours in fury.”
Even though his manager gave him the rest of the day off, Lopez eventually received a “surprise” video chat on June 27 from HR during which he was informed that he was fired from his position for not doing his job and disrupting the work of 275 employees who did not receive an email from him, the Daily Wire reported.
Lopez said that the company only cares about profit and doesn’t care about the working class.
“Their actions today [and] their silence on Friday are indicative of their motivations. Profit at all costs. Solidarity, only if it’s profitable,” Lopez said. “And above all of that is maintaining the status quo and saying [f**k] you to the working class. Because that’s what happened today.”
Lopez’s grievances didn’t find much support from the so-called working class he purported to defend, with critics contending that Lopez was hired to do his job, not express his political opinions.
“Your political motivations became more important than what you were hired to do,” he said. “Like most business owners, your employer hired you to do a job, and then you refused to do it because your feelings were hurt.”
“AFTER you broke your obligation, you were fired and then you decided you needed a platform to show you were a victim when in reality you were the bully in this scenario.”