Google managers kept blacklists of conservative employees — and one manager even considered holding ‘trials’

A well-known Republican San Francisco lawyer has filed a lawsuit against Google seeking to represent white, male or conservative employees who believe the company has discriminated against them.

The lawyer is Harmeet Dhillon, a partner with the Dhillon Law Group in San Francisco and the former chairwoman of the Republican Party in San Francisco.

She has been on the hunt for such victims since she took on fired Google engineer James Damore as a client in August. And on Monday she presented the first fruits of her research in a 161-page complaint that’s chock full of allegations and screenshots.

Google is run by SJW Nazis.

  • Killer Marmot

    Google has such a dominant commercial position that it is buffered from the full brunt of the marketplace, but this is a public relations disaster that’s going to cost it money, as both customers and talented potential employees shy away from the company.

    And that means that the Board of Directors are likely going to take a keen interest. And that means that there could well be changes of policy coming down the pike.

    • sk6actual

      More reason to maintain my boycott of anything goog related as best possible.

    • Drunk by Noon ✓

      And I mean that with the greatest amount of respect.
      You are thinking like a decent person, and not one of the Google mob.
      They don’t care if they cost the company money, and they don’t care if they run it into the ground completely.
      These people are hard core ideologs and the ONLY thing that matters to them is the ideological purity of their cause.
      They somehow have to be exposed and removed from influential positions all across that entire sector, or they will return.

      • Killer Marmot

        The SJWs who implemented these policies within Google don’t care what the costs are. The Board of Directors most certainly will.

        • Drunk by Noon ✓

          That board consists ENTIRELY of friends of Larry Page and Sergey Brin. The program is running exactly as planned.
          So what if they lose a few billion here or there, they are still wildly profitable, so that Board of Directors isn’t going to lift a finger.
          Do you REALLY think that everyone at that company isn’t on the same page?

          • Killer Marmot

            I’m damn sure not everyone’s is on the same page. No company ever is.

            And if this severely damages Google’s reputation and thus profits, or if lawsuits start popping up like daisies in spring, then they will be forced to take action.

            Although Page and Brin have controlling interests, when major institutional shareholders phone them up, you can be sure they take the call.

            There’s no such thing as an invincible company. They can all be brought low, and presumably Page and Brin are smart enough to know that.

          • Killer Marmot

            P.S. Part of Dalmore’s accusations is that Google carries out illegal hiring quotas. If they are eventually found to have done so then Google will be in an untenable situation.

            One thing Google desperately fears is antitrust action by the federal government. The worst Google looks, the more they invite such action.

    • barryjr

      Sorry but my response is Yeah Right. Google is so big they don’t care what the public thinks. Based on history those that support this are far louder than those opposed and it doesn’t matter what the real numbers are. The Board of Directors will discuss this so far as to hash out a number for a settlement and a gag on those suing. Don’t expect a policy change because it doesn’t matter what Google’s policies are they are that big.

      • Killer Marmot

        Google is so big they don’t care what the public thinks.

        There is no such thing as being that big. If it has the potential to hurt profits in a significant way then Google will care.

        • lolwut? (Deplorable Hoser)

          New York times is propped up by Mexican billionaire [Carlos Slim] who has stated publicly he doesn’t care if it’s not making money.

          • Killer Marmot

            Google is too big to be propped up by anything but its own profits.

            You start chiseling away at those profits, things change.

  • sk6actual

    You go, girl!

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  • J_ROC

    Yesterday, on Power and politics..the “journalist” was commenting on why people didnt put their last names on letters to Lynn Beyak site…..only an idiot would put there name down, with opinions going against the “progressives” People losing jobs nowadays…which for some reason, doesnt scare the progressives…my question is, who gets to decide what is hateful, what doesnt support progressive ideasm etc

  • tom_billesley

    Having decided to start files on suspects, it’ll only be natural to create some jobs in a Google Stasi to be the “shield and sword” of the organization. Of course, in reality there’ll be files on every employee.