WikiLeaks Offers Job to Fired Google Employee James Damore

WikiLeaks Founder and Editor Julian Assange has offered a job to fired Google employee James Damore.

WikiLeaks’ commented on Damore following the news that he was fired from Google after publishing a viewpoint diversity manifesto, which explained why there aren’t more women in tech jobs and called for more ideological diversity in Google’s workplace, went viral online.

In a memo, the company claimed Damore had advanced “harmful gender stereotypes in our workplace,” despite the fact that numerous psychologists, male and female, deemed the manifesto to be scientifically accurate.

“Censorship is for losers. [WikiLeaks] is offering a job to fired Google engineer James Damore,” declared Assange on Twitter, Tuesday. “Women & men deserve respect. That includes not firing them for politely expressing ideas but rather arguing back.”

Free speech friendly Twitter alternative Gab has also offered a job to Damore.

“We want to hire the Google employee who wrote this beautiful work of art,” declared Gab on their official Twitter account, before Damore had been fired and his identity was unknown.

Gab CEO Andrew Torba elaborated on his job offer in an interview with Breitbart Tech.

“Gab supports the free and open expression of all ideas. What this document and the reaction to it prove is that Silicon Valley exists in a bubble world where Wrong Think is not permitted,” Torba claimed. “They preach tolerance and yet are intolerant of any conservatives ideas. They praise diversity and yet shun conservatives out of their workplace. They applaud the bravery of folks who speak out when it aligns with their own far-left agenda, but scorn a conservative who dares to stand up for what they believe in.”

“The Ideological Echo Chamber has now been exposed for the world to see,” he concluded. “We plan to continue to magnify this message and the voices of others who are brave enough to risk their job to take a stand against the cultural Marxism and far-left status quo hypocrisy of Silicon Valley.”

Damore is currently “exploring all possible legal remedies” against Google.

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