Dr. Mike Adams explains how Bank of America discriminates against Christians and conservatives.
In late May of this year Dr. Turek was hired to present at a meeting of your Global Business Management & Analysis Team within Global Wealth and Investment Management. The title of his presentation was called “Why Can’t You Be Normal Just Like Me?” The presentation helps participants adapt to diverse personalities to improve productivity and relationships—the essence of inclusion and diversity. The meeting was scheduled to take place at your Merrill Lynch facility in Pennington, New Jersey on June 17.
Three days before the event Dr. Turek was abruptly fired by an HR representative. Why? She explained that someone Googled his name and discovered that he had written Correct, Not Politically Correct: How Same-Sex Marriage Hurts Everyone. Marriage was not the topic of his presentation, nor has it ever been in all his years of working with the bank. Moreover, as his book reveals (although no one at the Bank is likely to have read it), Dr. Turek treats all people with respect, whether he agrees with them politically or not. Nevertheless, in the name of “inclusion” and “diversity,” he was immediately excluded for his political and religious viewpoint. Mr. Moynihan, please answer this question: Do you have to have certain political or religious views to work at Bank of America?
I know you cannot really believe that free speech and religion rights vanish when one works with Bank of America. I know that you cannot believe that all political conservatives, Jews, Christians, Mormons and Muslims should be fired for their deeply held beliefs. But that is how the Bank of America policy of “inclusion” was applied to Dr. Turek. He was fired because of his personal political and religious beliefs—beliefs that are undoubtedly shared by thousands of your very large and diverse workforce. Or is it really diverse?
Dr. Turek was previously fired by the HR people at Cisco Systems for the same reason. Cisco is another company that either silences or fires Christians for their views. No free speech is allowed if it offends certain groups. Bank of America also supports illegal immigration.
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6 thoughts on “Bank of America fires Dr. Frank Turek for his religious and political views”
Page was taken down.
It’s going to go back up on Monday, it was put up in error – I just asked Dr. Adams.
The article must have been pulled because when I click on the link you provided for the townhall article I get the “The page you requested cannot be found. The page you requested cannot be found.We are sorry for the inconvenience,” message.
Also, the article isn’t mentioned under Mike Adams’ page.
Over and over we are told by the homosexualist that same-sex faux marriage will hurt no one. The lie is exposed almost daily, isn’t it?
I believe the issue is a little bit more encompassing than it appears.
The religion / homosexuality/ marriage is being used as “smoke and mirrors” to rewrite the laws regarding free speech /first amendment.
In review it is killing three birds with one stone.