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Woman fired after viral photo of her Trump to give the finger
Watch the video and you can see why a Virginia woman who gave President Trump says the motorcade the middle finger, she was dismissed from her job at a company that work together with the government.
To use the female cyclist who is off to President Trump flipped the caravan last year for an office in Northern Virginia in an offer, the newfound fame.
To plunge July Briskman, 51, addiction, Suzanne M. Volpe, a Republican, represents the algonkian Indian district on the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors, in the election of 2019.
The Board of management has been consistently controlled by the Republicans, despite the district voting for the Democrats in the state or Federal elections, reported the Washington Post. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton won the County by 17 points in the election in 2016.
The woman caught headlines after she flipped off the President’s motorcade as an act of resistance against the administration.
Your stunt, but came at a price. After the picture of her spread quickly on social media, she told her bosses at the Virginia-based Akima LLC that it is your photograph in the viral. The government-contracting firm fired her and accompanied her, for violating the “code of conduct policy.”
“We have a right to protest peacefully and criticize and express dissent against our government,” Briskman told the Post about the controversy
“I’ve gotten some feedback that people say you should respect the President. Even if you don’t like what you do, you should not show this kind of contempt. And I don’t agree, and I think that the Constitution grants me the privilege,” she added.
“I’ve gotten some feedback that people say you should respect the President. Even if you don’t like what you do, you should not show this kind of contempt. And I don’t agree, and I think that the Constitution grants me the privilege.”
– July Briskman
After her dismissal from the job, an individual, in the name of Briskman a GoFundMe campaign for a total of almost $140,000 in donations was launched. In April, they announced that they are suing the company that fired you for violating their First Amendment rights.
Her case was later dismissed, asked to start your political career. “I took this decision because I believe, I can no longer struggle successfully through the service in local government than by fighting a hard, unfriendly courts,” she wrote in a post on your crowdfunding page.
“I have decided not to appeal the dismissal of the wrongful termination of my claim, although I still believe firing me that was a clear violation of my First Amendment rights, under the Virginia Public Policy,” she continued. “And you have committed to, the payment assume that the suit has been resolved, for my separation of Akima, LLC, in order that.”
While Briskman can try to use them, their well-known opposition to the President, the Loudoun County Board members hope that the election is about local issues.
“Now, I focus on the work to make the elected by my constituents to do: improving our Transport, to make our community safer, create jobs, be fiscally responsible,” Volpe, Briskman said the opponents of the Post. “Needless to say, I concentrate on the race at the appropriate time.”
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
Lukas Mikelionis is a reporter for FoxNews.com. Follow him on Twitter @Lukas mikelionis.