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Amazon Opposes Mail-in Ballots for Upcoming Alabama Unionization Vote

Amazon Opposes Mail-in Ballots for Upcoming Alabama Unionization Vote

“We believe that the best approach to a valid, fair and successful election is one that is conducted manually, in-person”

Democrats and the media have assured us that mail-in ballots are perfectly safe. Democrats are even trying to make the mail-in ballot system permanent for the sake of the pandemic.

Why would Amazon’s Jeff Bezos object to this method of voting for a unionization vote?

Bronson Stocking reports at Townhall:

Guess Who Opposes Mail-In Voting in an Upcoming Election?

Despite the media’s constant assurances that it’s nearly impossible to commit voter fraud by mail, it seems billionaire Jeff Bezos and officials at Amazon disagree with that assertion.

The online retailer is urging the National Labor Relations Board to reconsider a decision allowing 6,000 Amazon employees at the company’s warehouse in Bessemer, Alabama, to vote by mail in an upcoming unionization vote. Amazon is seeking to postpone the election while the Labor Relations Board reviews the decision.

According to a representative of the company who spoke to CNN, Amazon believes in-person voting is “the best approach to a valid, fair and successful election” because in-person voting allows “associates to verify and cast their vote in close proximity to their workplace.” What a concept.

How curious.

Amazon wants to require in-person voting to make sure the vote is ‘valid and fair.’

From USA Today:

Despite COVID-19, Amazon requests in-person unionizing vote for ‘valid, fair and successful election’

Amazon is asking the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) to direct warehouse workers to cast unionizing votes in-person, rather than by mail.

The company filed a motion last Thursday to delay the union election at an Alabama facility.

The union election was set to begin on Feb. 8 by mail. The motion by Amazon intends to have the NLRB reconsider its decision on the method of voting and instead go for a one-day in-person event.

“We believe that the best approach to a valid, fair and successful election is one that is conducted manually, in-person, making it easy for associates to verify and cast their vote in close proximity to their workplace,” Amazon spokeswoman Heather Knox said in a statement to USA TODAY.

So mail-in ballots are fine for presidential elections, but in-person voting is the only way to ensure a vote at Amazon is valid.

Good to know.


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This mail in voting issue is one that is worth “going to the mat” for.

If the Dims are successful in their efforts to make universal mail-in voting, and the associated vote harvesting and other fraudulent methods they used this last cycle, permanent then it’s all over for fair elections. We will have nation-wide one-party rule.

If the Dim Congress enacts HR 1 then Republican states should immediately secede.

    n.n in reply to Paul. | January 26, 2021 at 2:31 pm

    Demos-cracy dies in darkness with unauthenticated, untrustworthy paths; diverse irregularities, perhaps fraud; denial of audits; and the Electoral Press voting early, often, and with extra-constitutional authority.

    Edward in reply to Paul. | January 26, 2021 at 5:39 pm

    I’m still trying to figure out if San Fran Nan has any sort of hook for the Feds to determine exactly how elections are to be run given the Constitution reserves that power to the several state legislatures.

    I’m not a naif, thinking that the Socialist/Communist Party wouldn’t simply ignore the Constitution, they have consistently done so for every decade of my almost eight on the planet. But how does Pelousy and Schmeckel Schumer plan on getting past the sure to follow state lawsuits? Or do they think they have a sure fire argument to convince District, Circuit and SCOTUS judges/justices that they are empowered by the Constitution to require states to run elections the way they require. I’m not even sure the courts would let them get away with claiming that cutting off billion$ in payments to the states isn’t forcing the states to do it their way. Doubtful they will have enough funny money to bribe the states to do it…then again….

I’m no fan of unionization, but I’d love to see this happen. Ride that whirlwind, Bezos!

SeekingRationalThought | January 26, 2021 at 1:34 pm

Hey! I’m sure Bezos is a good guy who wouldn’t do something hypocritical just to pad his wallet. Why, I bet he even wears his mask even when celebrating with his family…oh, I forgot…never mind.

2smartforlibs | January 26, 2021 at 1:44 pm

mail in is fine when you want BUYden in but it’s not OK when you want unions out.

What strange bedfellows this whole mess has created. Mail in ballots for Amazon – what is good for the goose and all…

The expediency and mendacity of these people never ceases to amaze me.

Libs are hypocrites, that’s hardly news!

    n.n in reply to MarkS. | January 26, 2021 at 2:25 pm

    Bigots, as a matter of principle, yes. Liberals are divergent, typically generational, but their ideology follows other modes, too.

      JusticeDelivered in reply to n.n. | January 26, 2021 at 3:26 pm

      I think that for most people, both religion and politics are generational. Furthermore, it takes a lot of life experience to drive people to reconsider either.

I think it’s more about turnout than fraud. When citizens can vote in their own living room amongst empty bags of potato chips and megaslurpies while filing asbestos claims and collecting social service benefits, conservative ideas are doomed.

    Alleged “Absentee” Ballots with a name, but no address or other data in previous years would not have made it to the counting tables, yet this year they were. Workers counting ballots telling the observers that all counting was done for the night and shooing them out the door, then pulling large “suitcases” full of ballots out from under a table and starting counting those ballots has at least a small taint. Affidavits that counting machines frequently jammed and the workers took out the offending ballot, stuck it on top of the previously counted ballots and ran the entire stack through the machine again, double, triple and more multiple ballots. PA county election supervisors in some counties ignoring a court order from the SCOTUS to keep certain ballots separate, instead mixing them in with all other ballots making them impossible to retrieve to check validity.

    You may call the above few examples GOTV, but I call it fraudulent vote counting. Were there more people who voted because of mail in balloting? Sure and they managed to get The Ho and Quid Pro Joe within the margin of fraud.

JusticeDelivered | January 26, 2021 at 2:53 pm

We all know that Amazon needs their wings clipped.

Here is another reason, I have heard that Amazon is killing accounts, refuse to give reasons, they freeze them, and refuse to refund money paid for services or goods.

Another thing, during the early pandemic Amazon stopped 2 day shipping, cheating people who had paid for that, claiming that essential things, ie, new customers buying food, deserved priority. Was this about growing the customer base?

It sounds like someone at Amazon thinks the walk on water, profound arrogance.

    scooterjay in reply to JusticeDelivered. | January 26, 2021 at 3:09 pm

    JusticeDelivered…I was an employee of Amazon until Dec 7. It isn’t just Bezos that thinks he is magnanimous.
    Every two-bit soyboy manager in there is drunk with power. They didn’t like my MAGA mask nor my conservative ideology. It’s all about a “hive” mentality where they expect you to assimilate into the collective mindset.
    It was also the first job in thirty years that random drug screening wasn’t performed, and the quality of employees reflected the absence of a truly drug-free workplace. Soma for the proles….

Antifundamentalist | January 26, 2021 at 4:51 pm

As long as ballot secrecy is preserved (because liberal unions are vindictive & voting against them is dangerous if they know you did it); voting manually and in-person is absolutely the best way to avoid tampering. Additionally, ballots, once cast, should be under constant video surveillance until counting is complete.

    JusticeDelivered in reply to Antifundamentalist. | January 26, 2021 at 5:10 pm

    What about all the creaseless ballots which were reported as having identical copy artifacts? Granted those would be caught in a legit recount, but the election was stolen both with simple fraud and by electronic means.

I’m hoping the final yes tally is 81,282,896 votes. Seems only fair.

They already told us vote by mail is the best way to vote. So it is. End of discussion.

bezos, zucky, dorsey are going to be SO upset when the junta decides to nationalize their little companies a la venezuela

may the three stooges end as ditch diggers

    JusticeDelivered in reply to texansamurai. | January 27, 2021 at 10:26 am

    In the mid seventies I rented a whole wing of a building where Studebakers were built, and then there was a Medical Armory. At that time there was a large butcher shop on the ground floor, with homeless people going through their dumpster, eating raw meat.

    That is what those three stooges deserve.

JusticeDelivered | January 27, 2021 at 1:03 pm

Amazon reminds me of Research in Motion (Blackberry), in both cases they thought that their shit did not stink. Today Blackberry is a washed up has been, well on their way to being just a trademark sold in liquidation.

They did not think that could happen, neither does Amazon.

If most conservatives dump Amazon, that would be a good start. Also, lots of conservatives have one or more businesses, make sure that your purchasing people only use Amazon as a benchmark for negotiating with other suppliers. Make sure that employees know about Amazon warts. Don’t frame the issue as Lib Versus Conservative with people whom you don’t know what their political perspective, frame it based on issues like poor service, arrogant conduct, and being cheated.

Maybe there needs to be a special web site for Amazon, one where people who have been wronged can tell their story? That might be a great way for Parler, Gab and others to attract new users, and drive new traffic.

When I was lobbying Congress, coming up with many legislative hooks was an important tool to spread our message. This is no different.

How does this guy sleep at night? What a tool.

I am think about getting a hair piece for my johnson so it wouldn’t look so much like Bezos.