Remember back when 1,500 Google employees signed a letter opposing the Trump administration’s Muslim/Refugee Ban and objecting to Google providing services to ICE and CBP in light of the abuse of migrant children at the border? Guess how Google just repaid them. No guesses? Fine, we’ll tell you: Google just hired Miles Taylor, the former Chief of Staff at the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), to lead their National Security Policy. His role at Google began after former Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen resigned from her role due to the controversies surrounding her policies which include the Muslim Ban and separating children from families at the Southern Border. And this isn’t just guilt by association. Taylor himself advocated for these policies. We wonder what Google cofounder Sergey Brin, a self-identifying refugee, has to say about Taylor’s stance on the Muslim/Refugee Ban and his work at Google (we’re waiting). Hey Google, your maps have been SO good to us with street directions. We’d like to return the favor with a moral compass to help YOU find the right path forward. Call us!

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