The letter calls on the tech giant to take "immediate and decisive action against the threat to basic human rights with the overturning of Roe v. Wade," which apparently includes closing up shop in every "red" state.
"As part of Amazon's wide-reaching efforts toward a more inclusive and diverse workforce, we believe that Amazon cannot let this recent decision go unanswered," the letter reads.
"We ask Amazon, the world's best employer, to actively defend against this assault on our liberty."
Even though many of the proposals made admittedly "bear a larger business risk than others," Amazon's disgruntled employees say these are "unprecedented times" since many women are no longer able to murder their unborn children unless they want to travel to another state.
Just like what happened with the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19), pro-abortion Amazon employees "of all genders" suddenly now need "space and time to grieve, express their frustrations, and protest against this assault on our rights," the letter explains.
They also want Amazon to donate and match donations "to bail funds and assistance groups working to expand abortion access for women and pregnant people impacted in states" (Related: Many of these same Amazon employees are also calling for a book burning of all materials they do not like).
Amazon also currently sells books and other materials that discuss abortion-related issues from a pro-life perspective, which these disgruntled employees are demanding be removed from the Amazon e-commerce platform immediately.
The letter demands that Amazon "[a]udit and remove product offerings that misrepresent the facts on abortion or encourage hate speech or violence toward abortion seekers."
It also demands an audit of every political donation made by the company so that anything opposing abortion can be immediately removed from the future donations pool of financial disbursements.
The employees also want Amazon to enact company-wide policy changes to ensure that not a single penny ever again goes towards anything that attempts to preserve unborn human life rather than destroy it.
The most ridiculous demand in the letter from a business perspective is the one calling on Amazon to immediately halt all operations in states that enact laws "that threaten the lives and liberty of abortion seekers, either by denying healthcare in life-threatening circumstances or by criminalizing abortion seekers and providers."
Like many other corporations in recent days, Amazon has already caved to demands that it pay for its promiscuous female employees to travel to other states, if need be, in order to get an abortion.
"Amazon became the latest corporation to cover employees' travel costs to seek abortion care," CNN reported back in May. "The company told staff it would pay up to $4,000 in travel expenses annually for medical treatments including abortions, according to a message seen by Reuters."
Other companies that have decided to do much the same thing include Dick's Sporting Goods, Citigroup, Uber, Yelp, Lyft, Match Group, Bumble, and Salesforce.
"I would fire the workers responsible for this disruptive behavior and remind everyone else that we are here to work and to please keep the activism on your own time and your open letters off my network," wrote someone at Breitbart News in response to the Amazon letter.
"Exactly," responded another. "If you want to celebrate killing babies, you do it on your own time."
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