I guess this is what happens when you parrot everything the liberal media says about President-Elect Donald Trump.
A company called GrubHub (I had never heard of them either, you’re not alone), which is an online food delivery service, sent out an email to it’s employees, but it wasn’t from the company, it was from their CEO. The letter said, essentially, that if you voted for Trump and share some twisted caricature of his ideals, you should resign from the company. A classless and slimy move from a CEO of a company of more than 1000 employees.
What CEO Matt Maloney didn’t count on was his business being immediately slapped by America.
Now, the company is facing a backlash and a significant stock drop.
GrubHub (NYSE: GRUB) shares closed Friday at $35.31, a drop of nearly five percent compared to the previous close.
The New York Post reported that the sellout in GrubHub shares was caused by Wall Street investors fretting that customers might boycott the company.
Indeed, angry users immediately slapped GrubHub’s app with 1-star reviews in the iPhone App Store.
The app currently has a star rating of 1 1/2 out of 5, with users saying things like, “Worst company ever!” and “Not a company to do business with” and “Matt Maloney step down.”
The hashtag “#boycottgrubhub” has been used on many of these negative reviews.
The response on Twitter from Americans has been just as brutal.
— Deplorable Linda G. (@GartrellLinda) November 13, 2016
— John K Stahl (@JohnKStahlUSA) November 14, 2016
After stock tanks, GrubHub CEO swears he did not mean what he said. And the Boycott Continues. Bankrupt this clown!!!!
— ✞♕In God I Trust♕✞ (@InGodIDoTrust) November 13, 2016
— Saltwater❤️ Patricia (@muzikgirl11) November 12, 2016
And Yes, Maloney is backing off those statements. Just another liberal flip flop when things haven’t gone his way.
Are you boycotting GrubHub? We want to know!
(Source: Fox News)