Woman fired for flipping off President Trump's motorcade

by Ray Hunter November 7, 2017, 0:31
Woman fired for flipping off President Trump's motorcade

A lady was let go from her activity after a photograph of her flipping off President Trump's motorcade turned into a web sensation.

A woman has been fired from her job after a photo of her making a rude gesture at President Donald Trump's motorcade went viral.

A woman's immediate expression after witnessing Donald Trump's motorcade pass her by has resulted in her termination.

“He was passing by and my blood just started to boil, ” she told the Huffington Post.

The mother-of-two tried to argue that the incident didn't take place in work time and her Facebook and Twitter pages didn't mention her place of work.

Ms Briskman says they fired her because the photo was a bad look for a government branch.

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Briskman's own form of protest against the President was a spur-of-the-moment choice she made while thinking about what she considers to be Trump's poor behavior and job performance.

She said that after the image surfaced her bosses informed her she had breached the company's social media policy because she chose to make the photo her profile picture.

We're not exactly sure what any of that means, but apparently flipping off the president doesn't "enable superior outcomes".

Briskman said what upset her most was that a male colleague who used foul political language on Facebook where it was prominently displayed that he worked at Akima got to keep his job.

Briskman, acknowledging that her moment of fame gave her "an opportunity... to say something", is now planning to work at an advocacy group "that she believes in".

Nope. "I'd do it again", she said.

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Briskman said she had no regrets about the attention her public show of displeasure received.

In fact, the person he aimed that comment at was so offended by the intrusion into the conversation and the coarse nature of it that he challenged the director on representing Akima that way. "He pulled promotions for open enlistment in ObamaCare", Briskman said. Employers there can fire people for any reason.

As for why she got so enraged, Briskman said that even she was surprised, while explaining the limited extent of her activism prior to motorcadegate.

Despite losing her job, Briskman wasn't too broken up about the firing.

"Just a single third of Puerto Rico has control". "I'm angry about where our country is right now". "I'm thinking, 'DACA recipients are getting kicked out".

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