FedEx employee out after sending TikTok -rant that promised not to deliver to homes that support Biden, BLM or Harris | MCUTimes

FedEx employee out after sending TikTok -rant that promised not to deliver to homes that support Biden, BLM or Harris

An earlier FedEx the employee is out of a job after putting a gangful rant on TikTok, where he promised never to deliver packages to the homes of people who support, President Joe Biden, Vice President Kamala Harrisor Black Lives Matter.

The employee, identified as Vincent Paterno, posted video at TikTok on 16 September. In the video, it appears he is sitting in a truck.

“What’s up with TikTok,” Paterno says while wearing his FedEx uniform. “Just wanted to come in here and tell you everything you know, [I]f you have a Joe Biden, Kamala f — ing camel toe (flag) set up-Black Lives Matter-I will not deliver your s —. I will not deliver your s —. I’ll bring it back to the station. And I will continue to do so —. Have a good day.”

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Comments on the video predicted his impending firing.

“You are about to lose your job,” was the comment that was best seen.

Paterno has not responded to a FOX Business request for comment.

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It is still unclear whether Paterno was fired or quit his job. Several reports said Paterno was fired. Paterno even said in TikTok comments that he stopped. FedEx only said that Paterno is no longer in the company.

“We are appalled by the behavior depicted in this video, which does not reflect the views of FedEx,” a representative said in a statement. “This person no longer provides service on behalf of the company.”

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