Seems the man was a thief also according to a piece written by him in the Huffington Post.
Here’s an excerpt:
We were one thousand strong on Market Street, with the Bay Bridge shut down in rush hour traffic and the grounds around the state building swarming with angry mobs!
Our rallying cry was for justice; our demand was that the System be changed!
Yes, the Great Revolutionary Moment had at long last come. And the time, clearly, was ours!
So we stole stuff.
Y’know, stole stuff. Radios, tennis shoes. Well, not everybody, of course.
The vast majority (me included) just marched around and chanted slogans. But some set trash cans on fire. And smashed in car windows. And some kids stoned a few passing cars pretty good.
And stole stuff, like I said.
Would this also have been a good enough reason not to have employed him?
Internets Is Serious Business. – what part of excerpt didn’t you understand?
Internets Is Serious Business – Guilt by association.
So when a person says – “So we stole stuff.
Y’know, stole stuff. Radios, tennis shoes. Well, not everybody, of course.” he’s not including himself?