A tiktok employee sued the trump Administration for illegally depriving me of my salary

On August 25, local time, after tiktok sued the trump government against the ban, an employee of tiktok also filed a lawsuit against the trump government, saying that the ban issued by the trump government violated the Constitution and illegally deprived him of his wages. According to CNN, Patrick Ryan joined tiktok in March as a technical project manager and filed a lawsuit in Northern California District Court on 24 local time. “I didn’t do anything wrong, and I didn’t personally receive any notice from the U.S. government, and I don’t understand why I was deprived of my salary,” Ryan said According to Ryan, the trump administration’s executive order is so vague in terms of restricting future “deals” with tiktok that it could be a federal crime to receive wages from the company. The lawsuit said that the wording of the ban was vague, which not only violated Ryan’s right to due process, but also violated the Fifth Amendment of the Constitution by “unconstitutional possession” of Ryan’s property. < / P > < p > “the executive order issued by the trump government forbids us individuals and enterprises from trading with tiktok and its parent company byte hopping, and the related transactions will be banned after 45 days. This means that after September 20, 1500 of my colleagues and I will not be paid because it is illegal for the company to pay us wages, “Ryan said in an interview before the lawsuit.” from a legal point of view, I see a very obvious due process issue. As an American citizen, I have the right to use constitutional rights. ” Ryan is conducting a crowdfunding campaign to raise money for his lawsuit. Alexander ulberris, Ryan’s attorney, said tiktok has more than 1500 employees in the United States, some of whom are U.S. citizens, and others remain in the United States on work visas. The personal property of both types of employees may be threatened unconstitutionally by administrative orders of the trump administration. “This is a lawsuit to protect the wages of American employees, which they use to provide food and shelter for their families,” ulberys said Ulberris said there was no link between Ryan’s lawsuit and that initiated by tiktok, which was filed in another court. Mike Goldwin, another lawyer for ulberris and Ryan, said Ryan had informed tiktok of his intention to sue, but tiktok was not involved in Ryan’s lawsuit. On August 24, local time, tiktok formally filed a lawsuit against the first administrative order issued by trump government on August 6, which is under way in California federal court. Tiktok believes that the U.S. government has not given the company a fair opportunity to defend itself, and that the trump administration’s administrative order does not apply to tiktok, which is an illegal act.