Posted BY: Kara | NwoReport
Elon Musk has escalated a battle against organizations backed by George Soros, accusing them of falsely amplifying an increase in “hate incidents” to justify censorship. This comes in response to the Department of Justice (DOJ) swiftly suing Musk’s SpaceX for alleged discrimination in hiring refugees and asylum seekers. The lawsuit, which has been developing since 2020, asserts that SpaceX unlawfully excluded these individuals based on their citizenship status, violating federal law.DOJ’s Assistant Attorney General Kristen Clarke highlighted that SpaceX discouraged asylees and refugees from seeking employment within the company through actions taken by recruiters and high-level officials. Despite over 10,000 hires over nearly four years, only a single asylee was brought on board, and that was months after the DOJ initiated its investigation.
SpaceX justified its hiring practices by citing the International Traffic in Arms Regulation (ITAR), claiming that hiring non-U.S. permanent residents would breach the law’s regulations on exporting restricted technologies.
Trending: Mugshot of Donald Trump
Elon Musk responded to the lawsuit on Twitter, asserting that SpaceX had been repeatedly informed that hiring non-permanent U.S. residents would violate international arms trafficking laws. He characterized the lawsuit as a politically motivated misuse of the DOJ’s power.
The lawsuit initiated by the Biden administration aims to ensure fair consideration and back pay for affected refugees and asylees and to bring about policy changes within SpaceX. The case raises questions about whether other aerospace giants like Northrop, Lockheed, and Boeing will face similar legal actions. This conflict underscores the intersection of legal obligations, immigration policies, and corporate practices within a politically charged landscape. As the legal battle unfolds, its outcome could have broader implications for companies navigating complex regulatory frameworks while addressing diversity and discrimination concerns.