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Mail in voting blows up in Bezos face

 
Leftwing oligarch Jeff Bezos used the Washington Post he owns, sometimes called the Bezos Post, to try to tell us that mail-in voting in the presidential election was just fine and that we should accept it.  However, only months later, now that mail-in voting in a union election at another company he owns, Amazon, is staring him in the face, he is singing a different tune.
 
There is an effort to organize a union at a distribution center of Amazon in Alabama, and the NLRB, using the same Covid excuse the Democrats gave for the November election, is ordering an election by mail-in ballots on whether to establish a union.  Bezos and the Amazon management team is livid, saying that election fraud is more likely with mail in ballots.  They have demanded that usual labor election procedures, with in-person balloting be followed.
 
To add insult to injury, when conservatives tweet about Bezos' hypocrisy on Twitter a warning is slapped on the tweets warning they "may lead to violence".  It should be remembered that it was Bezos' Amazon that breached its contract with Parler to knock Parler offline, and one of their complaints about Parler was that it allowed users to communicate about election fraud.
 
 
It sure looks like Bezos may be "hoist on his own petard"



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