Liberals will go through many lengths to make sure that they get what they want, regardless of what the rest of the country actually wants.While, sometimes it may seem that these left-swinging protestors are everywhere, things are just not what they seem.
The San Francisco Chronicle released a report on Saturday that finally admitted some liberal protestors are being paid to protest.
Liberal-leaning companies are being sneaky and included clauses in the contracts of their employees that give them paid time off work when it comes to activities like canvassing, protesting or even running for office.
This is directly part of the opposition against President Donald Trump.
A lot of the companies are on the smaller side, but it is going so far as Facebook is even considering adopting similar policies. They told their employees that paid time off could be used towards pro-immigrant May Day demonstrations.
Some people have trouble getting paid for time they actually do spend at work, but these liberals will stop at nothing to undermine the conservative government that the country voted into place.
According to the Chronicle, “an increasing number of companies have unveiled policies that allow employees to take paid time off work for political or civic activities, such as protesting, canvassing, voting, volunteering or even running for office.” The progressive movement’s vocal opposition to President Donald Trump has translated into employers (at least, those who can afford it) providing paid leave as a way to increase political engagement after what many of them took as a devastating loss. Adam Kleinberg, CEO of San Francisco marketing firm Traction, reportedly allows employees two paid “Days of Action” to participate in political rallies and protests annually. “It’s not sufficient anymore to say we’re a profit engine and we’re making money and screw everything else. It’s part of our responsibility to be engaged, to be active,” William Morgan, CEO and founder of cloud-infrastructure startup Buoyant, told the Chronicle. His company reportedly offers about three to four weeks of paid time off to its workers, who are able to use the time for political activity or vacations. “We as individuals, we as companies exist in an ecosystem. We’re only here because there’s this environment around us. It can’t just be a one-way relationship.”