There has been an epidemic of whiny liberal correctness which has infected many college campuses across the nation. What happens when these entitled brats graduate and seek a job in the real world? According to the Blaze, one CEO has developed an excellent ‘Snowflake Test’ survey that will weed out these bratty job applicants before they are able to get their first paycheck.
The Silent Partner Marketing CEO Kyle Reyes has devised a solution that hundreds if not thousands of employers around America will want to utilize. Reyes has a problem that was at first a blessing, because had tons of people who saw a video about his Connecticut-based company and they wanted to work there.
Then came the down side. He needed a mechanism that could sort through the applicants who wanted to work and jettison the liberal whinny applicants who wanted to take their liberal political correctness and infect his workplace.
For Reyes that was a real issue that he decided to meet head on. He stated in the New Boston Post that “I don’t want most people to work for my company.” He further stressed, “No, seriously. Most people suck. Not just professionally. Just as people.” He added, “They are whiny, needy, entitled little brats.”
The 30 question test allows Reyes to determine if the applicant is the best fit for his client or should be rejected. By going through the array of short questions and essay responses he can see if they are thumbs up or thumbs down. A couple of the question he asks are “What does America mean to you?” and “How do you feel about guns?”
To be honest, most patriotic-minded employers would want to know if their employee is proud to be an American or if they support the Second Amendment. If the applicants who apply at his company are not proud to be American he says that they are clearly out of the running, reported the Blaze.
This is especially crucial for Reyes because one of the programs his firm runs does a lot of filming with guns. He emphasized, “I carry. A lot of our team and clients carry as well. We have very hardcore American companies, and so you’ve gotta be comfortable around them.”
Snowflakes beware. If more companies decide to implement the ‘Snowflake Test’ as part of their employment screening process, you might be spending a lot more time in your parent’s basement or otherwise known as your ‘safe place’.