If you supported Donald Trump for president, you’re in for a rough four years.
In fact, radical liberals may even refuse to work with you.
Let’s meet online marketer and owner of “1st in SEO,” Matthew Blanchfield.
Blanchfield has decided to blackball Republicans because he believes he’s morally obligated to do so.
Tonight, Tucker Carlson took Blanchfield to task.
An online marketer Wednesday defended his controversial decision to blackball Republicans and Donald Trump backers – asserting he cannot do business with supporters of “someone I believe to be a dictator.”
In an interview on Fox News’ “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” 1st in SEO owner Matthew Blanchfield of Albuquerque, N.M., said his stand is fueled by “moral principle.”
“I don’t believe that the majority of Trump voters are bad people,” he said. “I believe that most people are probably ignorant of what the reality of their vote actually means.”
But, he added: “I believe that the moral principle is so large in this particular situation that people who believe in what’s right need to stand up – and ignorance of evil and ignorance of injustice is not a justification to be part of it.
“So anyone that supports Trump . . . [is] not welcome to do business in my company.”
Blanchfield first announced his decision to cancel business with Trump supporters in a blog post two days after the election, the Daily Caller reported.
Something tells me President-elect Trump won’t stand for this.