“How you gone get fired…On your day off?…”


Charlottesville riot participants are being identified from rally footage and it just might cost them their job!

In the midst of all the uproar, media and peace seekers captured live footage and countless photos; posting them to YouTube and numerous social media sites. Private groups created on these social media sites began to ask for the public’s help in identifying these white Nationalists; but they didn’t stop there! They also asked for links to their personal social media sites for public shaming! After a Charlottesville attacker’s aggressive photo went viral, he was asked to step down from his position at his place of employment. If a business owner discovers an employee’s affiliation with a socially unacceptable group such as the KKK or Neo-Nazis, they have the right to consider their clientele and protect the integrity of the company. Most major companies require an oath signature with your application, making you legally obligated to separate yourself from anything that could tarnish the company’s reputation. According to sources, some rally attendees are being disowned by their families or asked to relocate. Seems the cost of racism in America is far higher than expected.

Unemployment could be just a photo share away…