Hiring Manager at Dropbox admits she favors others over white people, could use less of them in her life

A woman who purports to be a manager for the San Francisco-based Dropbox file-hosting service and who has previously tweeted about needing fewer white people in her orbit allegedly abides by that same philosophy in hiring decisions.

Fox News producer Greg Re along with Libs of TikTok shared tweets that seem to cast some doubt on the company’s employment practices.

Dropbox head of design Jasmine Friedl is now protecting her tweets. Rather than respond to the controversial messaging, Dropbox’s chief legal officer has done the same.

In one tweet embedded below, Friedl purportedly said, in part, “I choose to prioritize folks in our BIPOC and URM communities.”

BIPOC stands for black, indigenous, and people of color. URM is an acronym for underrepresented minority.

In a separate tweet, Friedl apparently opined that “Things I need more in my life: feminism, comedy, truth, and less white people.”

Re, a producer on “Tucker Carlson Tonight” on the Fox News Channel, tweeted: “Never seen anything like this. @dropbox hiring manager is openly saying she selects candidates based on race, contrary to federal law. Dropbox is ignoring all inquiries from us about this, signaling they are complicit in these violations. These are true believers, come what may.”

“I have reached out to Dropbox to see how many candidates this manager has rejected in recent years and whether they will investigate,” he also noted.

As civil rights and First Amendment attorney Harmeet Dhillon confirmed, employment practices that discriminate on the basis of race violate a panoply of laws in the U.S and could land a business enterprise in court.

“This is illegal under federal and state law. If a white candidate applied for such a job and was denied while a less-qualified candidate was hired, the company would have some questions to answer, and with this kind of evidence, a claim to defend,” she asserted.

Greg Re indicated that he reached out to the cloud-based service company for comment to no avail so far.

The aforementioned chief legal officer, a  “democracy fan” who purportedly has made a personal commitment to advocate for diversity, equity, and inclusion, has evidently decided to hide his social media activity rather than respond to inquiries.

As part of a Twitter thread, Re also claimed, “This is a clear pattern with this racist Dropbox manager. For years, Jasmine [Friedl] has explicitly promised to offer extra assistance to certain applicants based on their race. It’s hard to overstate how irresponsible these tweets are.”

If the social media activity is an accurate portrayal of who does or doesn’t get hired at Dropbox, it appears to be another unfortunate example in corporate America of how DEI (or DIE, as some critics, such as journalist Jason Whitlock, have reshuffled the letters) actually results in exclusion rather than inclusion.

At some point, Dropbox could come forward and provide what it considers a reasonable explanation of its alleged hiring preferences.

It remains to be seen if Tucker Carlson will cover this story on his top-rated, prime-time show on the Fox News Channel.

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