Skip to comments.Pro-marriage group asks for boycott of Chase
Posted on 07/23/2014 10:53:37 AM PDT by Faith Presses On
The National Organization for Marriage is calling for a public response to an employee survey conducted internally by J.P. Morgan Chase Bank.
Workers at the financial institution leaked information on the so-called confidential survey, which asked in part if they identified as LGBT and whether they were an ally of the LGBT community (see earlier story). Joe Grabowski, with the National Organization for Marriage, tells OneNewsNow that this survey was intrusive into the private beliefs of the employees.
It's a very invasive question, he says. And one could certainly imagine - especially in the wake of things like the forced resignation of Mozillas Brendan Eich - one could imagine that if people don't answer in the politically correct way that they might face some kind of intimidation or discrimination at work.
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Put the shoe on the other foot and what would be the reaction if Chase asked if they were an ally of the straight community.
How long will it be before they ask if one is a Christian?
An employee who was asked to fill out the questionnaire should sue the hell out of Chase for hostile workplace. I bet Chase would settle rather than take it to court. That sort of thing is how the Left has successfully bullied businesses for decades.
I’ve transferred my retirement account to another financial provider as a result of this.
I wonder how far I’d get if I asked a potential employee whether they supported Christianity—Not ask them if they were a Christian—But if they just supported the tenets of Christ’s teachings.
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