Hundreds of Amazon employees have lost it following the overturning of Roe v. Wade.
In a nine-point open letter, the employees urged company leadership to halt operations in pro-life states among other fanatical requests.
“We the undersigned, come to you today to request immediate and decisive action against the threat to our basic human rights with the overturning of Roe v. Wade,” the letter begins.
It continues, “We ask Amazon, the world’s best employer, to actively defend against this assault on our liberty.”
Along with imploring the company to take actions that would greatly diminish profits and impact the business as a whole, the undersigned blatantly disregard anyone working there that may support protections for life in the womb.
“Cease 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,” the final and most egregious demand reads.
To preface their list of “proposed ideas” to “mitigate the impact of the recent Supreme Court decision,” the disgruntled employees say, “Although some ideas bear a larger business risk than others, these are unprecedented times, which require us to Think Big to change the world.”
The list includes items like giving employees of “all genders” time to “grieve” the assault on their rights, allowing employees to relocate to pro-abortion states, and ceasing all funding of organizations and candidates that support life.
The letter comes after many large corporations like Dicks Sporting Goods and Bank of America are offering to pay the expenses of employees who travel out of state to obtain abortions, in some cases to the tune of thousands of dollars.