Georgia student criticizes Mizzou protests, gets fired from her job

Emily Faz, a student at Georgia Southern University, criticized Mizzou protesters who complained the terrorism attacks in Paris had pushed them from the headlines. Her comments got her fired.

    2015/11/21

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STATESBORO / GEORGIA — The Wild Wings Cafe has fired a Georgia Southern University student from her job for criticizing on Facebook the Mizzou protesters and the Black Lives Matter movement.

On November 14, Emily Faz wrote strong words against the protesters in response to their complaints that the terrorism attacks in Paris had "stole their headlines." She swore the protesters would "walk away with your tail tucked" if they ever bring their "BS" to Georgia Southern University.

Her comments quickly went viral. Interim GSU president Jean Bartels said the ordeal "resulted in a call for disciplinary action against the speaker" and the school "takes threats very seriously." But she also emphasized the student's speech was protected by the First Amendment.

Nevertheless, the First Amendment does not prevent Wild Wings Cafe from firing Faz from her waitressing job. On her personal Facebook page, Faz said she left by mutual agreement with her employer to protect the safety of everyone.
Wild Wings Cafe fired Emily Faz, a student of Georgia Southern University, for criticising Mizzou protesters. FACEBOOK
Wild Wings Cafe fired Emily Faz, a student of Georgia Southern University, for criticising Mizzou protesters. FACEBOOK
Faz had strong words for the protesters and said they would run with their tails tucked if they came to GSU. FACEBOOK
Faz had strong words for the protesters and said they would run with their tails tucked if they came to GSU. FACEBOOK
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