Welcome to the 21st century and the real world. You now live in the internet world where your online writings will be seen by the world and etched in the internet for many long years, if not the rest of your life. It is your digital footprint. Employers and landlords are examining your digital footprints to make hiring and firing decisions.
Steve, you dumbass, you left your digital footprints with white supremacist hate groups like VDare and American Renaissance, where employers are most likely to reject and fire employers. You're not just going to walk away with so many digital footprints left behind.
Once your digital footprints are embeded on the internet, it is viewable for the whole world to see. Employers, landlords, police, investigators, lawyers, government, wife/husband and ex's, and many more are constantly scanning your internet activity. And when your first employer fires you for controversial or illegal activities like Steve Sailer, your digital footprints are still up on the internet for your next potential hiring employer to view, so they too can reject or fire you like your first employer.
Even if you move to another city, state, or country, your digital footprints will come back to haunt you because it is available for the whole world to see.
Here are real examples of hatemongers like you losing their jobs because of their racist affiliations.
Paul Fromm - Loses his teaching license in Canada for affiliations with neo-Nazis and American Renaissance.
Michael Regan - Prosecutor for Allegany County in New York who was fired for attending the 2006 American Renaissance conference.
Roger Williams - Fired from Halliburton in Colorado for being the Western Regional Coordinator of the National Alliance.
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