Bitter hatred is difficult to conceal. Indomitus occasionally fights the same impulse, wishing to exterminate from the earth every liberal that walks upon it. But hatred such as that is not only unhealthy, but also unproductive. A calm, focused mindset, rationally seeking the disembowelment of the enemy is exponentially more productive than Mr. Hogue’s rant.
“I hope the last images burned into your slimy, evil, treasonous retinas are millions of women laughing and clapping and celebrating as your souls descend into the flames,” he added.
Hogue’s LinkedIn entry describes him as Google’s UX design lead. He has been at the search giant since December 2013, according to the entry.
On Sunday, Hogue confirmed that he had deleted the tweet. “Yes, I deleted that tweet. Yes, those opinions are mine personally, and I am responsible for them. Yes, I should have been more eloquent and less condemning. Yes, I still believe the @GOP is wrong and not serving your best interests. Yes, I still believe we can do much better.”
“What employees say in their personal capacity has no bearing on the way we build or operate our products,” a Google spokeswoman told Fox News, via email.
Kavanaugh was sworn in Saturday night as the 114th justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, after a fierce confirmation battle that included allegations of sexual misconduct, which he denied.
The firm’s CEO Sundar Pichai met privately with GOP lawmakers on Capitol Hill last month to discuss the allegations and concerns about privacy issues and the firm’s re-entry into China.
A source familiar with Google’s closed-door portion of the meeting claims that the meeting “was positive” and the “tone was tough but fair and respectful.” Members “weren’t shy” about sharing their major concerns with Pichai, according to the source, and are looking to interview him in the future.
Google Runs From Senate Intelligent Briefing
The meeting came after Google was given “the empty chair treatment” at a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing. Neither Pichai nor Larry Page, chairman of parent company Alphabet, chose to attend the event on election interference, much to the annoyance of lawmakers.
Indomitus can tell you why Google refused to attend the Senate Intel meeting – it’s because Google took a huge payment from Chinese Communists to develop a censoring engine named “Dragonfly”, which reports freedom-seekers to the police, in real-time, and provides the location where the communist police officers can arrest those freedom-seekers, in real-time, to send to re-education camps.
Google does not give a damn about your “freedom”. Want proof?