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‘SEAL Team’ Staffer Claims He Was Denied Scribe Gig Over Being White, Straight Male; Suit Backed By Trump Aide Stephen Miller’s MAGA Legal Foundation

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The DEI wars raging in Red State America have made their long-expected arrival in Hollywood. With support from one of Donald Trump‘s closest aides, a SEAL Team staffer has filed a discrimination lawsuit against CBS and Paramount Global claiming he was denied a writing position on the show because of being a straight white guy. ‘Defendants failed to hire or promote Mr.

Beneker due to his race, sex, and heterosexuality,” the complaint from longtime SEAL Team script coordinator and freelance scribe Ben Beneker reads.

Beneker says in the complaint seeking a jury trial that he has suffered by not being part of “the favored hiring groups; that is, they were nonwhite, LGBTQ, or female,” and the “illegal policy” of increasingly attacked diversity, equity and inclusion measures.

Click to read Beneker’s discrimination lawsuit, which was filed last week in U.S. District Court in California. In fact, Beneker claims in 2019 he directly asked current SEAL Team showrunner Spencer Hudnut why a man had been hired as a staff writer by previous showrunner John Glenn after Glenn had told him “there were already too many staff writers and there was no room for CBS to hire” him. “Hudnut indicated it was because he was black,” the complaint asserts, with no additional evidence submitted.   “This balancing policy has created a situation where heterosexual, white men need ‘extra’ qualifications (including military experience or previous writing credits) to be hired as staff writers when compared to their nonwhite, LGBTQ, or female peers, who require no such ‘extra’ qualifications,” the filing adds, while taking swipes at writers assistants and others who had been promoted.

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