H/T Darla Sharp

Ahhhh, yes, claiming the mantle of love, tolerance, and understanding, the liberal weenies are beside themselves two weeks after the election with their signature hate, intolerance, and lack of understanding, and likely will be for the next four to eight years, or possibly beyond, depending on how happy they are with future election results.

Watch this whiny tech CEO, Mathew Blanchfield, declare that he is canceling the accounts of all Trump supporters. Still all butthurt from the election, he whines, “if you are a Republican, voted for Donald Trump or support Donald Trump, in any manner, you are not welcome at 1st in SEO and we ask you to leave our firm.”

Blanchfield is in the SEO (search engine optimization) business, and I know he believes he is hurting those mean, old Trump supporters, but I can assure Mr. Blanchfield right now that SEO companies are a dime a dozen. I get two or three emails a day from SEO companies soliciting Powdered Wig’s business.

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There has been so much divisiveness in the two weeks since the presidential election, but an Albuquerque business is going a step further by refusing to have any dealings with Donald Trump supporters.

Matthew Blanchfield runs 1st in SEO, an Albuquerque-based internet marketing company. He’s making his case pretty clear in a blog post, writing “if you are a Republican, voted for Donald Trump or support Donald Trump, in any manner, you are not welcome at 1st in SEO and we ask you to leave our firm.”

In an interview with KOB Tuesday, Blanchfield said he has a moral obligation to stand up for what he believes is right and against injustice.

“It is my firm belief that we elected a fascist as our next president,” he said.

Blanchfield does admit there are no real means to weed out those unwelcomed clients. He hopes they would come forward on their own and then get out.

He’s certainly not worried about the loss of business. Blanchfield has no guess as to how many clients he might lose, but he said one has left so far.

“The expense financially to me is immaterial,” he said. “Morality, justice and doing what’s correct far supersedes financial gain for me.”