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The hypocrisy coming from Amazon is out of control!
CEO of Amazon Jeff Bezos doesn’t want his workers to vote for unionization by mail because it’s not “fair” or “valid”.
Bezos who owns the Washington Post put out several articles highlighting how safe the mail-in voting systems were for the 2020 election.
His opinion on mail-in voting completely flipped!
Amazon is seeking to postpone a unionization vote at a warehouse in Alabama and is asking federal labor authorities to reconsider a decision to allow mail-in voting due to the pandemic https://t.co/5pLVFQ05FJ
— The Wall Street Journal (@WSJ) January 22, 2021
Jeff Bezos and Amazon do not want their workers voting by mail on unionization.
Amazon says mail-in voting wouldn't be "valid or fair."https://t.co/S2Hk4mvR7e
— OutKick (@Outkick) January 24, 2021
The Wall Street Journal covered the hypocrisy:
Amazon.com Inc. is seeking to postpone a unionization vote at a warehouse in Alabama and is asking federal labor authorities to reconsider a decision to allow mail-in voting due to the pandemic.
The company Thursday filed an appeal to a decision by the National Labor Relations Board, which is allowing a mail-in process due to Covid-19 risks instead of the in-person elections that are typical in such unionization votes.
The ballots are set to be mailed to about 6,000 workers associated with its Bessemer, Ala. facility on Feb. 8. In its petition, Amazon said the board’s decision was flawed in part because it had not adequately defined an outbreak, among other objections.
Oh they irony! https://t.co/twPIuSA4ZM
— Fr. ADA♏︎➶🔥 (@LastmanOnFire) January 22, 2021
Here’s an excerpt from a Washington Post article claiming mail-in voter fraud is a myth:
Election Day looks different during a pandemic: Most states, eager to make voting safer and more efficient amid the coronavirus crisis, are allowing voters to cast ballots by mail. Record numbers of Americans are expected to take advantage of that option — despite months of warnings, without evidence, from President Trump and other Republican officials that mail-in voting is unreliable and will lead to widespread fraud. Years of research tell a different story.
Myth No. 1
Mail-in voting gives Democrats an advantage.
Describing Democrats’ requests in negotiations on the coronavirus relief package, including more funding for mail-in and early voting, President Trump told “Fox and Friends” in March, “They had things, levels of voting, that if you ever agreed to it, you’d never have a Republican elected in this country again.” Georgia House Speaker David Ralston, a Republican,voiced similar concerns after his state decided to send every registered voter a form to request an absentee ballot for the June primary, saying that it would be “extremely devastating to Republicans and conservatives.”
Of course, the numerous Republicans who have been elected to statewide office in Utah, Colorado and Oregon, three of the five states that use universal mail-in voting, prove that the method does not doom GOP candidates. In fact, research shows that mail-in voting favors neither party.
Five myths about mail-in voting https://t.co/MKOznVPJxo
— Post Outlook (@PostOutlook) October 16, 2020
It’s clear the left doesn’t stand for anything, they just simply use politics for their own greedy gain.