Best Buy sent employees a message offering them counseling after the Kyle Rittenhouse verdict, calling it a "difficult moment" ๐Ÿคจ

Nov 24th

For real.

From The Post Millennial:

The email from Mark Irvin, Chief inclusion talent and diversity officer was sent to all employee resource group members and read, "The verdict in Kyle Rittenhouse's trial stirs many emotions, and its another difficult moment for our nation."

"While these events can be challenging and deeply hurtful, I hope you will take a moment to reflect on the values that unite us as a company and as a nation. We can do better, as each of us as individuals, allies and human beings press together for better outcomes."

"I know events like these can take a toll on mental health and emotional well-being. Please know that best Buy is here to support you."

Irvin then provided links to counseling services and mental health resources some which are available through the company provided benefits.

The email concluded, "By engaging together, and supporting one another in vulnerability, empathy, courage, and grace, we can continue to strengthen our company and community to stand together as one."

That's right.

A white teenager (who actually supports the BLM movement) shot three white criminals who had come to his community to burn it down as they violently attacked him โ€“ one even pointing a pistol straight at his face โ€“ and the "inclusion" officer of a major corporation calls his acquittal a "difficult moment" for America.

We can do better.

What. A. Joke!

Remember all the politicians who keep insisting big corporations are right-wing?

And what about the black guy who previously posted literal Hitler quotes degrading white people and Jews... who just ran over an entire crowd of people outside Milwaukee?

Gotta say: If I have to choose a woke company for my tech needs, I'd much rather just order stuff on Amazon!


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