Tony Katz is an idiot, but you already knew that!

Tony Katz is an idiot, but you already knew that!

Salesforce CEO has Questions to Answer.  Are the employees of Salesforce in San Francisco as safe as their employees in Indiana after RFRA?

That was the headline from a post on WIBC last week in which Tony Katz, for some odd reason, was calling out Salesforce CEO Marc Beinoff for offering a relocation package to an Indianapolis employee that was not comfortable living there after RFRA and not offering the same relocation package to any of the company’s employees in San Francisco for living in a “crime filled, dangerous (sanctuary) city”.  San Francisco employees could move to the city of milk and honey, or as we call it Indianapolis.

“Will you offer the same $50,000 relocation package to the people and the employees in San Francisco who no longer feel safe in their city? Will you allow them to move to Indiana? Will you, or will you not, notice and recognize that your headquarters are in a city that attracts criminals … $50,000 for every employee that wants to relocate to Indiana. I want to know from you sir, from your own mouth, that you are behind that.”

Only one problem, okay, more than one problem, but here is the one we are focused on:

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You mean to tell me Tony Katz has no flippin’ clue about what he is talking about?  YES!  Now put on your shocked faces!

 

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