What could possibly go wrong if you are fond of listening to your favorite radio show?

Here’s what happened to a lyft rider who got fired for listening to The Milwaukee-based “Mark Belling Later Afternoon” show on WISN, where former African-American Sheriff David Clarke was filling in with for Mark Belling.

Being notable America First advocate and prominent supporter of President Trump was discussing the hypocrisy of the Black Lives Matter as it relates to deadly black-on-black crime and the disproportionate murder of African-American babies via abortion annually in the United States.

Ryan Alexander, who is earning a living from driving with Lyft and was able completed over 11,000 trips, he tried to appeal the decision and get insights from Lyft but the didn’t bother to respond. That’s tragic.

This incident caused Clarke to slammed Lyft as a “fascist” company. I couldn’t agree more!

This is Joe Biden’s America, deem it as private companies who receive sweetheart tax breaks from the authoritarian state are now acting as a Ministry of Propaganda which is scary as it can revoke your livelihood on-demand.

Alexander said that the passenger sitting in his car thought of him as an enemy for listening to Clarke and the passenger called the former sheriff  “trash,” “slammed the door to my car when she got out, and specifically referenced abortion which Clarke did talk about briefly while she was in the car,” Ryan explained in an email to WISN host Dan O’Donnell.

Clarke railed against the hypocrisy of Black Lives Matter.

Incidents like that are really costly for low abiding citizens. Tragic fact.

Sources: The Gateway Pundit, The Gateway Pundit: LYFT

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  1. Vladilyich

    When you are in a job that requires in-person interaction with the public like Lyft or Uber, the person sitting in the back seat is your boss. If they request you do not impinge on their rights to silence by requesting you do not have the radio on or even just to change the channel, that becomes LAW. The company that shares its revenue with you can dictate the quality of service 100%.

    My wife and I are both legally blind and ride Uber at least once a week to destinations not covered by public transit. In addition, my wife has hyper-sensitive hearing and most radio is almost painful to her if it is not good music. We got one driver fired almost a year ago when he wouldn’t turn down his rap music during a 30-minute ride. The company also refunded our $70 fare. If this sun-tanned version of Sheriff Joe Arpaio had been on the radio, I would have been the one filing the complaint.


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