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URGENT: Hasbro Critical Race Theory Whistleblower David Johnson’s Access to Hasbro Has Been SUSPENDED Pending Internal Investigation After Leaking ‘Indoctrination’ Training Given to Employees

  • Jason Pyle, Harvey Nash President: “Your access has been suspended for the moment while the company investigates some sort of issue of breach confidentiality.”

  • Pyle: “At this moment, your assignment with Hasbro — your access to all company related information has been suspended for the moment while they do this investigation.”

  • Pyle: “I want to understand that — that you're aware that you [David Johnson] have a contract with Harvey Nash that has a confidentiality clause, and whether or not you've properly reviewed that you are not to share any sort of information externally in any way, shape, or form if it's deemed to be proprietary in nature.”

[Tampa, Fla. – July 19, 2021] Hasbro insider David Johnson’s work access has been suspended pending an internal investigation after he leaked internal “Critical Race Theory” employee training to Project Veritas this week.

Jason Pyle, who serves as Harvey Nash president, informed Johnson on a phone call of his suspension.

“Your access has been suspended for the moment while the company investigates some sort of issue of breach confidentiality,” Pyle told Johnson.

“At this moment, your assignment with Hasbro — your access to all company related information has been suspended for the moment while they do this investigation,” Pyle continued.

Harvey Nash currently partners with Hasbro, and Johnson was assigned to the Hasbro account through Harvey Nash as a packaging engineer. 

“I want to understand that — that you're aware that you [David Johnson] have a contract with Harvey Nash that has a confidentiality clause, and whether or not you've properly reviewed that you are not to share any sort of information externally in any way, shape, or form if it's deemed to be proprietary in nature,” Pyle concluded.

Johnson’s future remains uncertain after exposing corruption within his workplace. He has set up a crowdfunding campaign on GiveSendGo to support himself in these difficult times.

Those who wish to support Johnson can do so on the following website: www.GiveSendGo.com/SupportDavid

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