I know a company has every right to fire someone from their job unless it violates discrimination laws and/or other laws, but that doesn't mean they can't be criticize. Freedom of Speech may have consequences (some people use that as an excuse to be hypocritical) but the reaction to it also has it too and a lot of people seem to forget that.
As for Playtonic, I am not sure if it's a very good reason. If JonTron wasn't intending to cause a negative anti-equal effect, then I think it's stupid.
I probably wouldn't be allowed in probably because I have some very VERY serious opinions about life imprisonment punishments, (Hint: I'm against it, but I'm not asking for an argument here) for example. And speaking of that.. I guess it's not silly for companies to fire everyone because after all, nobody will have the same opinion in the end.
Why can't they just make a "Does not reflect anyone's opinion" message?
What I'm saying is that I think it's immature for a company to fire someone from their job just because they have a different opinion outside unless it's really that serious that promotes bad things. Especially if such opinions were completely not effecting anyone's life (e.g. firing someone from their job for being an anime fan).
They may have the right, but that doesn't mean others can't complain.
I guess I just wanted to address this story because it seems worrying.