The New York Times reports today that gubernatorial wannabe Repugnican Nutmeg Whitman, former CEO of eBay, paid off an eBay employee almost $200,000 after having shoved her at eBay’s heaquarters in June 2007.
Team Nutmeg claims that Whitman didn’t shove the employee out of a conference room, but only “physically guided” her out of the room.
If Nutmeg didn’t do anything wrong, then why did she give the employee almost $200,000 in a mediation settlement, even though, admittedly, that’s just a drop in the billionaire bitch’s bucket?
Not only did former eBay employees tell the Times that Nutmeg shoved the employee, but that the whole matter was hush-hush.
Again, if Nutmeg did nothing wrong, then why did she try to muzzle everyone?
If it were you or I, we’d probably be charged with assault and battery. But if you’re a billionaire, you can buy your way out of almost anything — and you have enough power to (try to) keep people quiet out of fear of retaliation.
The incident of aggression wasn’t long ago enough for us to believe that Nutmeg has changed, and the incident makes me wonder whom else Nutmeg literally shoved around at eBay.
The incident gives us clear insight into the character of Megalomaniac Whitman.
It should matter to the voters of California.
Megalomaniac not only can’t control her temper, but her psyche is such that although the governorship of California pays less than $175,000, thus far she has shelled out more than $90 million of her own money in her quest to be Queen of California.
That Nutmeg never got the pony that she wanted and/or never got accepted into the sorority that she wanted to be accepted into — whatever her head issues are, the leadership of the nation’s most populous state, especially now, is too important to leave to a billionaire trying to work out her head issues.
If Nutmeg truly cared about the state instead of her own ego, she’d be putting her tens of millions of dollars to much better use in the state.