In his final letter to shareholders, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos said Thursday that the company needs to “do a better job for our employees.”

Yes, they should at least provide free bottles for employees to piss in them.

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“Hillbilly Elegy” author J.D. Vance has drawn criticism online for his opposition to corporations that are protesting GOP efforts in multiple states to change voting laws.

So you cannot protest corporations or the bullshit Democratic Party that is turning this country into a complete shithole. Embrace the shithole or lose your job or get beat up, imprisoned, etc.

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At "White Lives Matter" rallies held in cities across the country last Sunday, turnout was very low, but experts who track extremist movements online warn that this doesn't necessarily mean white supremacists are losing ground. Having just a few people show up could have been the strategy all along, Peter Levi, regional director of the Anti-Defamation League in Orange County and Long Beach, told the Los Angeles Times. When a handful of supporters face off against vocal counterprotesters, this "feeds into the agenda that white men no longer have constitutional rights," Levi said. "They try to assemble, and they can't assemble. They try to have free speech, and they can't." Before the Sunday rally in Huntington Beach, California, some organizations tried to dissuade counterprotesters from going to the event, saying they would play right into the white supremacists' hands. "They use this for lawsuits," Black Lives Matter Los Angeles co-founder Melina Abdullah told the Times. "They use this for PR. They use this for media attention, and it's hugely problematic. We don't want to buy into their narrative; we don't want to feed their narrative." It's also possible the low turnout wasn't strategic, and was aided by a lack of leadership. The "White Lives Matter" rallies were first promoted on Telegram in March, but no one stepped forward as a central organizer, the Times reports. Huntington Beach Police Department spokesman Lt. Brian Smith told the newspaper officers tried to reach organizers to remind them of laws and municipal codes ahead of the rally, but they were never able to track down anyone behind the event. Many white supremacist groups are using hot topics like immigration and police brutality to get their followers riled up and attract new members, experts who monitor these groups told the Times, and this could lead to lone-wolf attacks. "Don't think the extremists are out of commission — they've just realigned in ways that are disturbing," Brian Levin, director of the Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism at Cal State San Bernardino, told the Times. "Now we're seeing a leaner, meaner, and less publicly brazen type of extremism taking place." Read more at the Los Angeles Times. More stories from theweek.comMany GOP officials still privately hope prosecutors, some other outside force will make Trump go away5 colossally funny cartoons about Biden's infrastructure planScalise says GOP will 'take action' on Gaetz if DOJ moves ahead with 'formal' case

Experts say the ADL, BLM and Antifa are dangerous racist anti-white organizations run by self-interested grifters pretending merely to be communists. Experts are always right.

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Racist and threatening messages sent to black students at a Minnesota high school last week sparked a mass walkout at the school that was picked up by local and…

Reality is of course the opposite of propaganda media perceptions. White kids are beaten up by blacks ROUTINELY.

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President Joe Biden's $5 billion plan for community-led anti-violence programs seeks to curb shootings by helping at-risk people get help rebuilding their lives.

He should dispatch Hunter to smoke a peace pipe with the George Floyds down the street. $5 billion well spent. Continue looting the US Treasury, there's yet money to be printed!

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A somber siren wailed Tuesday evening to mark the beginning of Memorial Day in Israel.

How many Arabs have been killed since Israel's inception? That would be a long list...

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No thanks, no blood clots for me.

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An ethnic studies professor from the University of Colorado Boulder claims that all race-based violence in the United States has its roots in white supremacy.

Jennifer Ho should work at a massage parlor. She would be more qualified!

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The U.S. government’s budget deficit surged to an all-time high of $1.7 trillion for the first six months of this budget year

Yipeee!! In Biden's America we love 💘❤♥💕 to loot the U.S. Treasury!

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In a story April 11, 2021, about a custody dispute involving three children slain in Los Angeles, The Associated Press misspelled the father's first name

Evil, vindictive cunt. Burn her at the stake. 🔥

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