‘If there was ever a sell signal, this is it’: CEO blasted for offering jobs to anti-Israel protestors

The founder and CEO of Hims, a telehealth and online pharmacy, may need a spoonful of sugar to swallow the response to his praise for the anti-Israel student protestors who are causing chaos on America’s college campuses.

Andrew Dudum, whose company specializes in online prescriptions for such issues as erectile dysfunction and hair loss, encouraged the activists — many of whom have blocked Jewish students from getting to classes, replaced the American flag with Palestine’s, and covered the campuses in graffiti and trash — to “keep going.”

“Moral courage > College degree,” Dudum wrote Wednesday on X. “If you’re currently protesting against the genocide of the Palestinian people & for your university’s divestment from Israel, keep going. It’s working.”

Unlike those who believe their blatantly antisemitic actions have made the student protestors unhireable, Dudum said he is “eager” to reward them with a job.

“There are plenty of companies & CEOs eager to hire you, regardless of university discipline,” he stated, offering a link for would-be workers to apply to Hims.

“Hims provides prescriptions for sexual performance and erectile dysfunction treatments, as well as medications for hair regrowth, weight loss, anxiety and skin treatment,” Fox Business reports. “The company rebranded as Hims & Hers after launching the Hers brand to sell birth control pills and medication to stimulate sexual desire in pre-menopausal women.”

Palantir Technologies co-founder Joe Lonsdale schooled Dudum on the definition of “moral courage.”

“Real moral courage doesn’t involve joining a mindless mob, chanting anti-US and other woke pablum, following instructions not to debate or discuss your positions at all yet being indignantly righteous, while large numbers in the mob chant for violence and block Jewish students,” he stated.

Immutable Holdings Chairman and CEO Jordan Fried saw Dudum’s post as a sign.

“Translation: $HIMS hires antisemites,” Fried replied. “If there was ever a sell signal, this is it.”

Other investors agreed.

“Just sold all my HIMS,” another user told Dudum. “Wearing the Israel or Palestine jersey is not relevant to me but a CEO hiring protestors and wearing a particular jersey is a tone deaf loss of focus.

“There is no need for a moral position – that’s not what the board or shareholders hired you for.”

Melissa Fine

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