The Dhillion Law Group has filed a class action lawsuit against Google on behalf of James Damore, the software engineer who was fired from Google last year after circulating a memo alleging that the company was failing to protect dissenting political voices from discrimination.
The class-action lawsuit, filed on behalf of both Damore and another Google engineer, David Gudeman. It alleges that both Damore and Gudeman were “ostracized, belittled, and punished for their heterodox political views, and for the added sin of their birth circumstances of being Caucasians and/or males.”
The Dhillon Law Group livestreamed a press conference about the lawsuit on Facebook today.
The complaint, which can be read in full below, is packed full of examples of internal communications at Google showing the intense pressure that was brought to bear on conservatives at the company, as well as anyone who disagreed with the political priorities of its progressive employees.
The complaint also notes that progressive employees were allowed to openly sympathize with, and support the violent “Antifa” movement. Meanwhile, Google’s HR department allegedly accused a conservative employee of “inciting violence” after he stated that he would teach traditional gender roles to his children.
Many of the allegations in the lawsuit corroborate what current and former Google employees have privately told Breitbart News. They have told us that those who dissent against progressive narratives face “constant abuse and sneers” and threats of violence. Senior leaders allegedly “focus on diversity first and technology second,” while underrepresented minorities are given “softball interviews.”
Meanwhile, progressive dogma has infected the company to such a degree that tampons are kept in the men’s rooms because in Google’s view, “some men menstruate.” Senior executives at Google were reportedly “on the verge of tears” following the election of President Trump, and senior vice presidents have reportedly led “Black Lives Matter” chants on-stage.
Google did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Update — A Google spokesperson released this comment on the lawsuit: “We look forward to defending against Mr. Damore’s lawsuit in court.”