Your Social Media Activity Could Get You Fired

We've had two stories in the news this week about women losing their jobs over the way they expressed their opinions. 

Faith Linthicum says Kaiser Permanente violated her First Amendment right when her employment was terminated following her viral Facebook comments. Linthicum reportedly said Stephon Clark deserved to be shot for being stupid.  

She was a labor nurse in Kaiser's Roseville Medical Center and says she's now unemployed and unable to pay her bills and has started a GoFundMe Account where she's raised over $27,000.

Another woman back east, Juli Briskman,  gave the President's motorcade the middle finger while she was riding her bike. Somebody snapped a photo and she was let go from her job with a government contracting firm.  The event happened in  November and Briskman is now taking legal action against her former employer Akima.

Jennifer Shaw with Shaw Law Group shared her thoughts on social media posts that could get you fired.

Jennifer Shaw

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