Monday's HOT MIC

Here is today's HOT MIC.

"F**k Trump!"

Alabama Running Back Bo Scarbrough seemed to yell this obscenity in the hallways before a game on Monday. Here's video.

Can't sports be about sports? At least it was just one player randomly saying it, not a group effort.

Of course, there's a slight possibility this might become the next kneeling movement...

Well, that didn't last long:

Hey, for you retro fans out there...

There's a video at this link if you want more information.

I hope that clears things up for you.

James Damore, the engineer who was fired from Google for excessive free speech and being insufficiently Googly, has filed a class action suit against Google.

More to come...

His claims: that Google unfairly discriminates against white men whose political views are unpopular with its executives.

Damore is joined in the suit by another former Google engineer named David Gudeman, who spent three years with Google working on a query engine. According to Gudeman’s LinkedIn profile, he left the company in December 2016 and has been self-employed since.

The lawsuit, filed by Dhillon Law Group, says it aims to represent all employees of Google who’ve been discriminated against due to their “perceived conservative political views by Google,” due to “their male gender by Google” and “due to their Caucasian race by Google.”

More specifically, it accuses Google of singling out, mistreating and systematically punishing and terminating employees who “expressed views deviating from the majority view at Google on political subjects raised in the workplace and relevant to Google’s employment policies and its business, such as ‘diversity’ hiring policies, ‘bias sensitivity’ or ‘social justice’…”

Damore isn’t holding back any punches here. According to his filing, Google employs “illegal hiring quotas to fill its desired percentages of women and favored minority candidates, and openly shames managers of business units who fail to meet their quotas—in the process, openly denigrating male and Caucasian employees as less favored than others.”