Newsmax Calls EEOC Suit Against Albertsons Nonsensical And Un-American

Newsmax Calls EEOC Suit Against Albertsons Nonsensical And Un-American

Newsmax published an online opinion column by Michael Dorstewitz which featured the headline: “Fed Lawsuit Against ‘English Only’ Rule Nonsensical, Un-American.”

In the opinion piece, Dorstewitz reviewed the recent Equal Employment Opportunity Commission lawsuit which alleged that a San Diego Albertsons supermarket engaged in discriminatory practices for enforcing its “English only” rule on employees.

The EEOC labeled the alleged conduct at Albertsons to be “both illegal and highly destructive to workplace morale and productivity.”

Dorstewitz blasted the EEOC lawsuit and commented: “Albertsons would be a better judge of what standards are best for its overall productivity and employee morale….”

Dorstewitz observed: “The EEOC’s lawsuit also demonstrates that the agency is fully onboard with today’s emphasis on diversity at the expense of joining the American ‘melting pot.’”

Dorstewitz also quoted former President Theodore Roosevelt who famously stated: “We should insist that if the immigrant who comes here in good faith becomes an American and assimilates himself to us…this is predicated upon the man’s becoming in very fact an American, and nothing but an American.”

Dorstewitz added another famous quote by former President Roosevelt, a quote which is used at ProEnglish all the time: “We have room for but one language here, and that is the English language…and we have room for but one sole loyalty and that is a loyalty to the American people.”

Dorstewitz concluded about the EEOC lawsuit against Albertsons: “The rush to celebrate diversity has resulted in the degradation of the American melting pot, the concept that our nation of people from diverse backgrounds is strengthened when combined to become a homogenous unit called Americans.”

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