Despite losing her job, Briskman seems to be standing by her decision to flip off the president.
Aware that the publicity surrounding the photograph could have detrimental implications, Juli approached her employers and confirmed that she was the woman in the photograph.
Briskman told the website, "They said, "We're separating from you.' Basically, you can not have "lewd" or 'obscene" things in your social media". "Basically, you can not have "lewd" or 'obscene" things in your social media.
Her bosses at Akima, who have not returned emails and calls requesting comment, showed her the section of their social media policy when they canned her.
Briskman said she pointed out that her social media pages do not mention her employer, and that the incident happened on her own time.
That unceremonious dumping did little to make Briskman rethink her actions though, with the newly unemployed executive responding a question about any possible regrets by stating: 'I'd do it again'. "I'm thinking, he's at the damn golf course again". They fired her over it.
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"How is that any less "obscene" than me flipping off the president?" she asked the outlet. Within days, they fired her, Briskman told HuffPost. "Motorcade is now gathering speed and heading for DC", said the White House pool report at the time.
Unfortunately, Akima, LLC, the company for which worked heroin a day of some Americans, Juli Briksman, has not shared the enthusiasm of the general public. In the aftermath, HuffPost reports, Briskman was sacked from her job.
Akima did not comment on the situation.
Though different, all three instances highlight the same fact: Political speech in or out of the office can get you fired.
She is now working with attorneys at the American Civil Liberties Union. According to Briskman's account, when she alerted management about the post, the director was afforded the opportunity to clean up his Facebook posting and to carry on working for the company.
Her Halloween-day ousting came eight months into her employment at the agency. "I'm angry about where our country is right now, I am appalled".
As for why she got so enraged, Briskman said that even she was surprised, while explaining the limited extent of her activism prior to motorcadegate.