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Months later, Damore has now decided that it was unfair for Google to fire him for his sexist rhetoric, so he's suing them for ... discrimination against white males.

James Damore, the infamous author of the anti-diversity memo that got him fired from Google, is now filing a class-action lawsuit against the company for its discriminatory behavior against white males with conservative political leanings.

Ex-Google engineer, David Gudeman, is also listed as a plaintiff in the suit.

Gudeman was sacked in 2016 because he made comments supporting now-President Donald Trump during the presidential campaign and because he questioned a co-worker's claims that he was being investigated by the Federal Bureau of Investigation exclusively because he was a Muslim, according to the complaint.

The proposed class-action complaint says, "Google's open hostility for conservative thought is paired with invidious discrimination on the basis of race and gender, barred by law".

This is a developing story.

Google said it fired Damore for violating the company code of conduct and advancing "harmful gender stereotypes in our workplace". Back in August, Google CEO Sundar Pichai addressed the controversy, which questioned the biological ability of women workers in technology, directly in a memo to employees.

Google has not yet commented on Damore's lawsuit. Both men say they were "ostracized, belittled and punished for their heterodox political views, and for the added sin of their birth circumstances of being Caucasians and/or males". Damore filed a complaint with the National Labor Relations Board alleging that his employer interfered with his right to engage in protected activities. Last week, four former Google employees, who previously worked in a range of roles at the company, came forward as part of a revised gender-pay lawsuit.

It accuses the company of failing to protect employees with conservative views, including supporting US President Donald Trump. "This included employment and business-related topics such as "'diversity" hiring policies, "bias sensitivity" or "social justice.'" The lawsuit also alleges that Google uses illegal hiring quotas in order to fill positions with female and minority candidates. In that missive, Damore criticized Google for pushing mentoring and diversity programs and for "alienating conservatives".