Lib ‘Snowflakes’ Are FURIOUS When They Find Out What Employers Are Forcing Workers To Do For a Job

If you’re a business owner, then this article is for you. This is how you make business great again! One company has figured out the means to successfully weeding liberal crybaby applicants OUT of their hiring process. Good! Who wants to work with a bunch of crying beta men and feminazi’s anyway? Not me!

The Silent Partner Marketing firm figured out a little test to help filter their applications into groups of who is eligible for a job and who fits in the “no shot in hell” category. The method they use is a simple survey that job applicants answer the questions on and if they pass, then they might get the job. If they fail, they’re out automatically. Little do the applicants know, this survey is designed to identify liberal snowflakes and help employers hire the best people possible – which is not snowflakes. Not even close.

The Silent Partner Marketing firm gets hundreds of applications for employment, and they needed to weed through the leftist “snowflakes” in order to get to the applicants best suited to succeed there. In order to do so, they came up with a survey given to applicants with some questions set to do just that.

“I needed a filter to sort through all of that,” Kyle Reyes, CEO of Silent Partner Marketing explained Wednesday on “Fox & Friends.”

One of the questions the company asks potential employees: “What does America mean to you?”

Reyes said that “Someone who’s not proud to be an American” would not make the cut. He added that a pro-Second Amendment view is important as well given that many individuals employed there carry firearms, and they also have clients that do the same.

Questions on the test also ask job-seekers what “privilege” means to them and “when was the last time you cried and why?”

They tell us that part of the reason for this survey and elimination of leftists snowflakes is to avoid hiring people with a sense of entitlement and expectations of handouts. They want people who are willing to work for success, not be given it on a silver platter. They stated they ask people when the last time they cried was and request an explanation of why. The reason for this is to see if it was a true emotional cry or they were crying because of something absolutely ridiculous. No employer wants to provide a safe space to a whiny employee. Normal human emotions are OK, just don’t cry and protest every time something doesn’t go your way.

Employers deserve the right to eliminate any candidate they see unfit for the culture of their place of business. If someone doesn’t fit in, then they should not be hired. No one likes working with sensitive people who cry about everything or expect you to do the work for them. It’s one thing to be helpful, then return help back from someone. That’s called being teammates. Too bad that’s not how most liberals are. They want you to do the work and if you don’t do it right, then they cry. If they do it wrong, and you tell them to fix it, then they cry. If you tell them to be on time, then they cry. They cry about everything. Take a look at the college protesters – all people who cry about things instead of enjoying college.

If someone did that in college and applied to work for me, I wouldn’t even disgrace my trashcan with the presence of their application. I wouldn’t accept it.

You simply cannot hire these sort of people and expect your day to be enjoyable. They lack humor and ability to do things for themselves. If I’m hiring you, then I don’t want to do your work for you.

Snowflakes better grow up real fast because the real world is very unfriendly and nothing will change that.

Here’s the type of person who would not pass the snowflake survey.

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