Whistleblowers are heroes, not unloyal turncoats
Corporate cultures in many workplaces value loyalty above all else, even to the point of disobeying the law in order to protect people inside the company. This form of blind obedience is often a one-way street, and workers get no benefits other than just the opportunity to keep working. Corporations just take advantage of their employees in order to minimize their own risk while giving nothing in return.
Because of this widespread practice, whistleblowers were unfairly characterized as unloyal turncoats and experienced retaliation in the workplace in the form of demotion, termination, or extreme mobbing. Today, however, many new laws protect them against all forms of harassment since the U.S. Government fully understand that their heroic efforts to fight for justice are indispensable to our country. In almost all circumstances, an individual who blows the whistle is legally entitled to continue their work without discrimination or any negative consequences from his choice.