A FedEx employee is out of a job after posting a video to TikTok stating that he would not deliver packages to the homes of people who support President Joe Biden, Vice President Kamala Harris and the Black Lives Matter movement.
The video, which was posted to the social media platform on September 16, featured the individual who has been identified as 39-year-old Vincent Paterno delivering a profanity-riddled political statement while wearing a company uniform and sitting in what appeared to be a delivery truck.
According to the now-former FedEx employee, “if you don’t have a flag in front of your house, and if you have a Joe Biden, Kamala f***ing camel toe posted up in front of your house, Black Lives Matter,” he said, “I will not deliver your s***,”
“I will not deliver your s***,” he repeated. “I will bring that back to the station and I will keep doing that s***.”
— Shell_Seas (@LivingBlueTX) September 18, 2021
Liberals went berserk, taking to Twitter with their unrelenting fury exploding across the platform.
Wow, no comment yet from @fedex about Vincent Paterno, who refuses to deliver packages to people with Biden/Harris or BLM in front of their house. He says his boss is cool with it.
Vincent Paterno, Oak Harbor WA pic.twitter.com/FuIAltNhZ1
— Nacho Sundae 🍨 (@allison_wunda) September 23, 2021
@FedEx naaaaaah, you wouldn’t have a Vincent Paterno on your Oak Harbor WA team, would you? Because, this guy thinks he knows who should and who should not get their FedEx packages.
— 🏳️🌈TRalim 🏳️🌈 #VetsResistSquadron (@tralim_t) September 23, 2021
Maybe you should replace Vincent Paterno who says he works for you and apparently lives near Oak Harbor, WA. He’s announced on multiple platforms that he does not and will not deliver any @FedEx packages to people he thinks support President Biden.
Or are you okay with that?
— Colleen Carroll (@shaynaxena) September 24, 2021
No matter, he was probably going to lose it for refusing the vax next week anyhow.
FedEx Fires Driver Who Refused to Deliver to Homes With Biden or Harris Flags!https://t.co/h64GW8QlOU
— Tom Williams (@tommyboy0690) September 27, 2021
The shipping giant quickly issued a statement condemning Paterno and confirming that he no longer works for them.
“We are appalled by the behavior depicted in this video, which does not reflect the views of FedEx,” the statement said. “This individual is no longer providing service on behalf of the company.”
In a corporate world now completely dominated by far-left politics, FedEx has been at the forefront when it comes to virtue-signaling as when the company urged its employees to embrace diversity after the death of George Floyd at a time when Black Lives Matter and their Antifa allies were ransacking cities and terrorizing law-abiding citizens.
According to a letter by company leaders Frederick W. Smith and Raj Subramaniam, “The recent killings of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor and many others are devastating. The unrest across the nation and the grieving in our local communities are a reminder that we all must keep doing more to create meaningful change and healing.”
The execs also wrote that they are committed to change and that “we won’t rest in our pursuit of a world where everyone is treated equally and given the respect they deserve.”
FedEx was also instrumental in bullying the NFL’s Washington Redskins to retire the team’s longtime nickname which has been all but erased from history. The $205 million that the company shelled out for naming rights to the team’s stadium was critical in coercing owner Daniel Snyder to bend the knee.
One can’t help but wonder if FedEx would have similarly reacted if one of its employees made a video refusing to deliver packages to supporters of former President Donald J. Trump.
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