Gaming CEO Forced to ‘Step Down’ After Backlash for Supporting Texas Law to Protect the Unborn

Gaming CEO Forced to ‘Step Down’ After Backlash for Supporting Texas Law to Protect the Unborn


The CEO of Tripwire, creator of the popular games Killing Floor and Red Orchestra, was forced to step down after expressing support for the Texas law to protect the unborn and leftists attacked him on social media.

“BREAKING: Tripwire Interactive CEO John Gibson is stepping down following severe backlash against his tweet supporting the Texas law that bans abortion after six weeks and deputizes private citizens to sue anyone who aids in the procedure, the company says,” a Bloomberg reporter tweeted on Monday night.

BREAKING: Tripwire Interactive CEO John Gibson is stepping down following severe backlash against his tweet supporting the Texas law that bans abortion after six weeks and deputizes private citizens to sue anyone who aids in the procedure, the company says

— Jason Schreier (@jasonschreier) September 7, 2021

A statement regarding recent events.

Tripwire Official Site: https://t.co/Vgyx0jMLBb pic.twitter.com/rmKp105EIg

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— Tripwire Interactive (@TripwireInt) September

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