Microsoft Admits Discrimination Based On Skin Color

Microsoft admitted it pays white employees less than non-white employees who are employed in similar positions in a report about the company’s “pay equity” agenda, according to The Daily Wire.

The tech giant’s 2023 Diversity and Inclusion Report outlined the company’s commitment to the inherently biased diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) agenda.

“All racial and ethnic minority groups who are rewards eligible combined earn $1.007 total pay for every $1.000 earned by US rewards-eligible white employees with the same job title and level and considering tenure,” the report states.

Libs of TikTok posted the findings on X, stating that Microsoft openly admits “they are paying white people LESS than other ethnic groups in the name of ‘pay equity.’”

“US Black and African American employees earn $1.004 and Asian employees earn $1.012 for every $1.000 earned by U.S. rewards-eligible white employees with the same job title and level and considering tenure,” the report continued.

“This pay equity data represents total pay. Our total pay analysis considers base, annual bonus, and stock awards at the time of annual rewards for rewards-eligible employees.”

The company also proudly admitted that its efforts to indoctrinate employees with a far-left ideology have been successful.

“As a cornerstone of our growth mindset approach to D&I,” the report reads, “we consider understanding how to be effective allies key to activating a culture of inclusion.”

“Inclusion” is a progressive code for collectivism reminiscent of totalitarian communist regimes where the individual is reduced to accidents of gender and skin color. In cultures such as these, the concept of excellence is sacrificed on the altar of equity.

“This year, 96.4% of employees reported some level of awareness of the concept of allyship,” the report read. “Allyship” is another synonym for collective.

Microsoft was previously under fire for capping the number of White and Asian students universities could nominate for a lucrative research fellowship, according to The Daily Wire.

The U.S. was founded on principles of equality, not equity. Under the law, all U.S. citizens have the right to be treated equally under the law, regardless of the color of their skin.

Vice President and general counsel of America First Legal Gene Hamilton discussed the growing trend in reverse discrimination for companies fixated on DEI.

“You know, it used to be that people used this term reverse discrimination,” Hamilton said, “but the fact of the matter is there is no reverse discrimination.”

“Discrimination is discrimination,” he continued. “[It] doesn’t matter who’s doing it.”

If Microsoft chooses to call discrimination against white people “equity,” it doesn’t change the fact of the action.

When it comes to equal pay for equal work, paying one group more than another based on skin color is against the law and Microsoft should be held accountable.