Skip to comments.TruthRevolt Blocks Mozilla Firefox to Protest Anti-Conservative Discrimination
Posted on 04/03/2014 8:14:50 PM PDT by This Just In
On Thursday, Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich resigned thanks to pressure by both the company infrastructure and the left over a $1,000 donation he made to Proposition 8, a 2008 ballot initiative that would have enshrined traditional marriage as the standard for state marriage in California.
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Then it’s time to boycott TruthRevolt, eh?
I use Chrome - for better or worse...
I had to take a online tax course for my seasonal job, it said it wouldn’t work with the new internet explorer and recommended doing all sorts of crazy things as a work around. I didn’t want to do any of that.
It also did not work in the firefox, but I was able to take it via Chrome with no problem.
So I guess I”m going to start using chrome now.
I just uninstalled Mozilla Firefox.
I think TruthRevolt are the good guys.
I just read all the comments, and it seems many do not realize what is going on.
Firefox is being attacked because it allows you to control what websites can ‘see’ about ‘you’.
IE and Chrome do not. Even the Add-ons that ‘protect’ you provide your viewing habits to the vendor (usually Google). They even tell you that they do so when you load them.
Why? TruthRevolt is protesting the firing of CEO Brendan Eich. Mozilla caved to PC pressure.
I understand that, and that’s one of the reasons we’ve always used Firefox, but they are caving to PC pressure. What next? Will all conservative employees be denied promotion to higher positions? Mozilla screwed up.
We should work with the Muslims to counter these fascist animals on the left.
It’s free; doesn’t hurt to try. I’ve been using it since mid-2011 and haven’t looked back.
Well they say a conservative is a liberal who was mugged. Who can hire this guy?
How many lutefisk per hour does it consume?
My better half just downloaded it. Says it’s fast. What about privacy/history?
I have nothing to do with liberal philosophy. Nothing.
And I simply me religious counter protest to these liberals forcing their agenda down our throats. Even Buddhist do not agree with their ideals.
Unfortunately, liberalism has infected all of the major browser sources. But I do like the idea of blocking Firefox from websites. I also uninstalled Firefox today from the devices that do not have to have it.
Since this is the climate and culture of Mozilla, then I will not support them any longer.
I enjoy using Safari but then I have an Apple product
The guy is a bonafide genius, he’ll create his own job!
Mozilla is dead to me.
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