“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.
For an entire year, we were told that mail-in voting in the presidential election was secure and shouldn’t be questioned.
Now, in the ‘best interest of preserving vote fidelity,’ Amazon objects to using mail-in voting in upcoming union decision.https://t.co/YbfT2KlTTH
— Mary Vought (@MaryVought) January 23, 2021
You don't say… https://t.co/aDmoREKLsM
— Mike LaChance (@MikeLaChance33) January 24, 2021
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.
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