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1481260cookie-checkRiot Games Exec Ron Johnson Fired For Posting Facts About George Floyd Criminal History
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Riot Games Exec Ron Johnson Fired For Posting Facts About George Floyd Criminal History

Former Riot Games executive, Ron Johnson, was the global head of consumer products… until he posted facts about the deceased George Floyd. Said facts did not sit well with the Social Justice arbiters on Riot Games’ board, and so they ousted Johnson after conducting a preliminary investigation into his comments. This shouldn’t come as much of a surprise given that Riot Games is on the Traitors of America master list.

Sankaku Complex neatly compiled the events of the story into a compact news article, where it was revealed that Johnson had made a post on Facebook detailing all of Floyd’s criminal activities throughout his past. He encouraged people to raise respectful and proper kids to avoid incurring a fate similar to Floyd.


After the rest of Riot was alerted to the post, they launched the investigation, and then proceeded to place Johnson on leave, and then fired him.

E-sports consultant Rod Breslau posted Riot’s message that they sent out regarding Johnson’s firing.

The Hollywood Reporter even picked up the news and shared port of Riot’s post, which stated…

“The sentiment expressed in the image in question is abhorrent and runs directly counter to our values and our belief that addressing systemic racism requires immediate societal change, something that we’re committed to working toward. As we shared last week, Riot is taking thoughtful and deliberate action to help combat racism and injustice in the communities where we work and live.

“To start, we’re committing $1 million to areas where we know we can make an impact, including justice reform, long-term solutions to address racial bias, and support for local Black-owned businesses. We’re also striving to change the face of our industry and create opportunities, including by investing $10 million in founders underrepresented in the games industry and helping create a future pipeline of underrepresented talent for the gaming and tech world.

“We know there is much work to be done, and we vow to do our part.”

Basically, posting facts can now get you fired.

I imagine anyone working at a big tech firm is now second guessing whether they should say anything publicly at all that counters the false narrative that has been spread throughout the media, painting Floyd as some kind of martyr and a saint.

The war on speech continues, and it won’t be long before American citizens will be jailed for not kissing the feet of the plutocrats who stand at the altar of the Intersectional Inquisition.

(Thanks for the news tip Mugen Tenshin)

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