Biden’s plan for economic collapse is currently in full swing, and the tech sector is preparing for a future downturn.
Hiring freezes and layoffs are hitting the tech sector as Silicon Valley prepares for a predicted recession.
Thanks to Biden, countless Americans are facing the prospect of losing their jobs as companies drastically scale back their workforces in an effort to remain afloat.
It looks like the recent wave of tech layoffs has shifted the job trend to ‘Great Layoffs.’
The hiring impacts are hitting companies of all sizes across tech, from industry giants to more nascent startups, signaling that the industry’s growth is slowing amid rising interest rates and surging inflation.
The Gateway Pundit reported:
Dozens of major companies have already announced plans to axe large swaths of their workforce, especially within the tech industry, including Robinhood, Carvana, Twitter, Wayfair, Netflix, and Peloton, among others. A quick peek at the tea leaves paints a grim picture – Americans are about to experience a wave of mass layoffs that will rival the covid lockdowns, and, unfortunately, it will likely end up being much worse now that Biden is waist-deep with his anti-American agenda.
The dire economic situation, coupled with there being little to no end in sight, has led major players in the tech industry to begin a deep and thorough reassessment of their notoriously woke and petulant workforces. Gone are the times when these companies could employ endless activists to mindlessly carry out the Marxist destruction of American ideals through censorship and the redefinition of language. Money isn’t pouring in like it used to, so, it’s time to start trimming the fat, and fast.
Not even Facebook/Meta was able to dodge the economic downturn, one of the most notorious purveyors of Big Tech’s arbitrary online censorship is now feeling the pressure of the cratering economy.
Company owner Mark Zuckerberg is sounding the alarm internally about the “serious times” ahead, warning employees to begin bracing for a massive wave of layoffs as the company attempts to navigate through “one of the worst economic downturns in recent history.”
Leaked audio of a staff meeting inside Meta reveals the company has cut plans to hire engineers by at least 30% this year while raising the bar for existing employees.
Zuckerberg reportedly told employees that the company will be “turning up the heat” on its workforce in an effort to weed out underperformers and those who are “unable to meet aggressive goals,” leaked audio from a Facebook employee Q and A session that was reviewed by Reuters revealed.
Later in the recording, Zuck put it as candidly as possible to get the message across, “Realistically, there are probably a bunch of people at the company who shouldn’t be here.” In other words, it’s going to be a woke bloodbath.
From Zuckerberg, via Reuters:
“If I had to bet, I’d say that this might be one of the worst downturns that we’ve seen in recent history…
Realistically, there are probably a bunch of people at the company who shouldn’t be here. Part of my hope by raising expectations and having more aggressive goals, and just kind of turning up the heat a little bit, is that I think some of you might decide that this place isn’t for you, and that self-selection is OK with me.“
More exclusive revelation from The Gateway Pundit:
It wasn’t just Zuckerberg who was cracking the whip. Meta’s Chief Product Officer Chris Cox hammered home the changes during the staff meeting in an even more forceful manner, telling the workers that the company will begin to “prioritize more ruthlessly” and “operate leaner, meaner, better executing teams.”
One thing’s for sure, the company’s designated ‘safe spaces’ will be awfully packed over the next few weeks.
Chris Cox said, “I have to underscore that we are in serious times here and the headwinds are fierce. We need to execute flawlessly in an environment of slower growth, where teams should not expect vast influxes of new engineers and budgets.”
These changes come just weeks after Meta announced a major reduction in its hiring plans, cutting the expected number of new engineers by at least 30%, down from 10,000 to 6,000 or 7,000, for the year.
Maybe colluding with other Big Tech platforms in order to rig the online public forum in favor of Joe Biden ahead of the 2020 election wasn’t such a bright idea after all.
Americans have to pay the price for the problem Joe Biden and his Democratic shenanigans have created.