Here’s some advice for keeping your job: don’t be a Nazi. A lot of the torch-wielding protesters who descended upon Charlottesville, Va last weekend are finding their bosses telling them, ironically, “You’re Fired!” as more and more employers recognize their workers in news footage.
One such young white supremacist was 28-year-old Ryan Roy, from Vermont. He was seen in the Vice News documentary carrying a torch and chanting “Whose streets? Our streets,” a racist mantra.
It didn’t take long for social media users to recognize Roy and call him out.
Roy worked as a pizza cook at Uno’s but no longer. “Roy has been terminated,” Skip Weldon, chief marketing officer of the Boston division of Uno Pizzeria and Grill said to Burlington Free Press. “We are committed to the fair treatment of all people and the safety of our guests and employees at our restaurants.”
They even thanked the twitter user who exposed Roy.
However, Roy has no regrets. “There’s nothing wrong with white people standing up for their own interest and identity,” he told the Free Press. He also blamed the death of Heather Heyer on liberals. “The left in this country is trying to destroy white culture and white heritage and American heritage, because history doesn’t fit their politically correct scenario.” As well, Roy claims that being fired “kind of just proves my point, proves a lot of what I think, not that I needed further proof. I think it’s groupthink.”
Groupthink—like gathering to say that every non-white person is bad and that America was “a white country until 1965.”
At least now, Uno’s pizza will no longer be made with a dash of hate.
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