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Alt-right calls off March on Google

Alt-right calls off March on Google

The March on Google, a series of planned protests in cities across the country after a male Google employee was sacked over a diversity memo last week, said on its website that the march has been postponed "for the safety of our citizen participants". The organisers of the event noted, "The Peaceful March on Google has been postponed due to credible Alt Left terrorist threats for the safety of our citizen participants". A Pittsburgh public safety spokeswoman said organizers had informed them "of plans to cancel and why they were cancelling", but she wouldn't elaborate.

A spokesman for Google did not immediately respond to a request for comment from TheBlaze on Thursday.

Posobiec told our news partners at the Pittsburgh Tribune Review the march may not happen because of threats of violence on social media by people opposed to it.

The Metropolitan Police Department says that it has not received any reports of threats.

The marches, which were set to target Google facilities from Mountain View to Boston, were organized in response to Google's firing of a male employee who wrote an inflammatory memo on the tech giant's diversity initiatives.

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A couple of hundred nutcases in Charlottesville are being used as poster children for conservatism.

The organizers added that a protest will be held at Google headquarters in Mountain View, California, but USA Today reported that the city of Mountain View has yet to receive an event permit application for the scheduled date. Antifa and other violent leftist groups know they now have the entire right on the run and will continue to press their advantage, being enabled by a media as eager as they are to smear all supporters of President Trump as Nazis and Kluxers. "We will thus be Marching on Google!"

And if opponents of this future want to fight it, expect to be violently suppressed.

After distancing themselves from right-wing groups and white supremacists, the organisers of March on Google have chose to postpone the countrywide rally citing potential threats from "Alt-left terrorists". It equated white supremacist marchers, part of what is sometimes called the "alt-right", in Charlottesville to counterprotesters. In at least some respects, they were apparently successful.