Can you sue you if you made you lose your job?

You can sue for anything. "Sue" means "Ask". You're just asking the court to award you money for your real or imagined loss. Whether the court will award you anything s questionable, especially something as trivial as this.

The answer above is wrong. civil law does NOT allow you so sue everyone. You must have "standing" to sue - an actual relationship to the defendant. Judges will immediately dismiss a suit against an employer you never worked for or applied to - no standing to sue.

A court is not where you ASK for money. A civil trial is where the Plaintiff has the entire burden of PROVING with admissible evidence that he/she suffered substantial damage CAUSED by the action of the defendant, or defendant's failure to perform a known duty (negligence).

There's no asking, there is PROVING.