Saturday, July 2, 2022

Amazon Employees Embarrass Themselves, Company


              Hundreds of Amazon employees have begun organizing in protest of the U.S. Supreme Court’s Dobbs decision. What’s more, they want their employer to join them.

              The disgruntled employees made several demands on company executives in an open letter, since leaked to the public. They urged Amazon to “[e]xpand remote work options to allow employees the option to relocate to states” which will permit continued abortion access and to “[c]ease operations in states that enact” abortion restrictions. Sure, no problem. I’m sure they will get right on that.

              They also demanded that Amazon denounce the decision publicly, organize company-sponsored protests, and fund organizations that are “working to expand abortion access.” Why not?

              The letter also asked the company to grant all employees “the space and time to grieve, express their frustrations, and protest against this assault on our rights.” On the company’s dime. And time. And don’t forget the warm cookies and milk!

              These demands, if met, would have a dire impact on company revenue, since it has already opened dozens of warehouses in red states and its business model is built around the convenience of fast home delivery.

              Yes, folks, it's certainly healthy for a representative Republic-- or any democracy-- to have massive multinational corporations try to bully the peoples’ elected representatives into doing their bidding. To hell with the citizens. (Actually, too many already do.)

              But leftists don’t care about anything except getting their way.

              If I were Amazon, I’d just “abort” all these entitled, obnoxious, pro-abortion employees. Hand them all pink slips and they can relocate wherever the hell they want. On their own dime. And time.



              No mo’ Roe, they wrote, and sent it down the stream. Merrily, merrily, merrily…life is to esteem.    






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