CBS Fired One Of The Legal Executives. What She Said About Vegas Victims Will Make You Sick!
CBS Legal Executive, Hayley Geftman-Gold, was fired for her horrible comments on FaceBook Today. Hayley was caught calling the victims ‘Repugs’ and that most of the Las Vegas victims were conservatives who she has no sympathy for. Hayley or someone at CBS, likely realizing her fate, deleted her disgusting comments but not before the valiant people of the internet captured the screen-shots.
Open Mouth inserts foot: After public outrage ensued, over her disregard and blatant disrespect, CBS fired Hayley, as the should. The executive lasted all of a year with CBS before being hurled in the unemployment line. Hopefully never making her way into the news industry, or public, again.
Hayley wrote, “country music fans often are republican”. In addition to Executives’ disgusting comments, the DOJ has wasted no time to use the massacre to push their gun rights agenda.
A top legal executive at CBS, Hayley Geftman-Gold, said she “is not even sympathetic” for the victims of the shooting at a country music festival at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas Sunday night, reported earlier by The Daily Caller.
— Brandon Morse (@TheBrandonMorse) October 2, 2017
As reported by Brain Flood With Fox News.
“If they wouldn’t do anything when children were murdered I have no hope that Repugs [sic] will ever do the right thing,” Geftman-Gold wrote in a now-deleted message that was first reported and captured by The Daily Caller.
Geftman-Gold continued: “I’m actually not even sympathetic bc [sic] country music fans often are Republican gun toters [sic].”
Geftman-Gold is presumably referring to Sandy Hook, which occurred in Newtown, Connecticut back in 2012. A 20-year-old gunman, Adam Lanza, killed 20 children and six adults during the tragic event that sparked intense political debates regarding gun control.
Her attorney, Carrie A. Goldberg, responded: “In the last few hours my client, her family and friends have been bombarded by online death unimaginable in quantity and detail. We beg people to show love and support to survivors and loved ones — in Las Vegas and their own lives — instead of creating more violence.”