when you can be fired for expressing a view that is guaranteed under the US Constitution, on your own time, in cyberspace, that is a clear and obvious attack on your rights. A judge who did not hide behind the door during US history courses in Junior high school, would have a grasp of that. And obviously part of the problem is that Virginia apparently passed a vacuous "At Will" law, which lets employers basically fire employees for trivial reasons. And then there is the facet of BJ being a Sherriff; these are public servant employees. Where is their union, while they are being fired without justifiable cause?
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