Business Insider's Steven Kovach reported today on a video of an alleged Google employee shouting at protestors that they should move elsewhere if they cannot afford the city.
Protestors in San Francisco are currently demonstrating against Google, claiming the tech giant's wealthy employees are driving up rent prices and forcing others out of the city. The video shows a man, originally described by the San Francisco Bay Guardian as a Google employee, confronting the protestors, shouting: "I can pay my rent! Can you pay your rent?… Well, then, you know what? Why don't you go to a city where you can afford it? 'Cause this is a city for the right people who can afford it! If you can't afford it, it's time for you to leave…. I'm sorry…. If you can't pay your rent, I'm sorry -- get a better job!"