Sunday, May 15, 2016

Why Nintendo Fired Woman Employee?

Allison Rapp
The Internet can be a scary place, but it could be a good place to weed out the truth and find out more about a person than she is willing to reveal to her employer like Nintendo.

This is what happened to Allison Rapp, who was targeted by internet trolls for not revealing critical details about herself and continues to intimidate forumers and posters who tried to show who she really is. Fortunately, Nintendo had enough and after they found out that Alison was working on a second job and hiding from the IRS, she was fired.

Kotaku published the following statement from Nintendo:
"Though Ms. Rapp’s termination follows her being the subject of criticism from certain groups via social media several weeks ago, the two are absolutely not related. Nintendo is a company committed to fostering inclusion and diversity in both our company and the broader video game industry and we firmly reject the harassment of individuals based on gender, race, or personal beliefs. We wish Ms. Rapp well in her future endeavors."
As expected, Allison was observed to take a defensive stance and deflect the criticism by claiming that she was fired because she was a woman. She even tried to suggest that she believes something else might have been at play in the decision to let her go.

For anyone not familiar with what's going on, Allison is not a victim. She has dark background, including writing an essay that encourages countries should be able to legalize child porn. Now somebody supporting the legalizing of child porn is not someone who should be working for a family friendly company like Nintendo right?

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