Un-install Firefox and install Brave, (https://brave.com) which was created by Brendan Eich.
Brendan Eich stepped down as CEO and resigned from working at Mozilla because he supported traditional marriage.
In 2014 Eich was promoted to CEO of Mozilla Corporation and in typical Libtard fashion Gary Kovacs, John Lilly and Ellen Siminoff immediately resigned from the company. Critics of Eich tweeted to gay rights activists that he had donated $1,000 to California Proposition 8, which banned same-sex marriage in California – before being struck down in 2013. Eich stood by his decision to fund the campaign, but wrote on his blog that he was sorry for “causing pain” and pledged to promote equality at Mozilla. Some of the activists created an online shaming campaign against Eich, with OkCupid declaring they would block access to the Firefox browser unless he stepped down.
This is the statement made by Mozilla’s Anti-American CEO Chris Beard;
“The immigration ban imposed by Friday’s executive order is overly broad and its implementation is highly disruptive to fostering a culture of innovation and economic growth.
By slamming the door on talented immigrants –including those already legally in the United States and those seeking to enter – the ban will create a barrier to innovation, economic development and global impact. Immigrants bring world class skills and expertise to build advanced technology that can improve the lives of people everywhere. The ban will have an unnecessary negative impact to the health and safety of those affected and their families, not to mention rejecting refugees fleeing persecution, terror and war.