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Hundreds of companies join hands to oppose laws restricting voting

Hundreds of companies join hands to oppose laws restricting voting

Hundreds of companies, industry leaders and celebrities, including Amazon, Goldman Sachs, Google, Warren Buffett, signed a new statement voicing their opposition to ’any discriminatory legislation’ that would make it harder for people to vote. Calling voting ’the lifeblood of democracy,’ they assailed the election curbs that states, like Georgia, Michigan and Texas, have passed or proposed.

atlas shrugged
atlas shrugged 3 weeks

Hundreds of companies bow to nonsense. The country needs voter integrity and transparency more than ever. People and companies that are against that need to understand that people are paying attention to their incorrect stance on this.

Neves7561 3 weeks

The same companies that """SAVED""" the 2020 election dont support stricter voting security? Color me suprised. They know now how they can gain the system and if the US doesnt increase security in their elections, they will never see a fair election again.

filchface 3 weeks

When the airlines tells us we don’t need an ID to board a plane or an ID to grab a drink at the bar, then at least I will consider them honest...stupid, but honest. Jumping on this bandwagon of idiocracy, while requiring ID everywhere else is so dishonest it weighs on the side of evil.

jamie 3 weeks

Requiring an ID is hardly voting restrictions but vastly limits cheating opportunities so absolutely not

ttocsick 3 weeks

Hundreds of companies join hands to form what is known as "The Establishment", aka the American branch of the "Globalist NWO", to oppose any laws that won't guarantee their favored outcome. These companies are some of the ones that own a 90% share of the mainstream media that they're using to persuade the people to oppose any laws (unknowingly) that won't guarantee their favored outcome. The mainstream media is an appendage of not only the Establishment, but the democrat party as well. The American market has become secondary to these companies and organizations, as well as their allegiance to the country that made all their success possible, now that they've tapped into a huge, red hot, still up and coming economy in China. We've been sold out

Slevin Kelevra
Slevin Kelevra 3 weeks

The left: "Voter ID's are ra©ist! Also the left: "Black people can't afford an ID." (Incidentally, Georgia offers them for free)

Jon 3 weeks

Most secure election in history. Either produce the lawsuit that proves widespread voter fraud or STFU. This narrative that we need to have secure elections is such fake news BS. We have some of the safest and most secure elections on the planet. Either put up or shutup.

Cary Brown
Cary Brown 3 weeks

Voter integrity and honest practices are what are needed in elections. Legislation and legislators should ensure that. Companies are not elected and should concentrate on selling things to people and stop their stupid ill-informed propaganda preaching. Those companies are insulting their customers.

Jack 3 weeks

Considering the names of the companies on the list. It seems like it must be the right thing to do.

David Foxfire
David Foxfire 3 weeks

These companies must want secessions. That's all I can see.

zJamz 3 weeks

There's a name for when large companies and government combine...

Dante 3 weeks

Dark to Light.

Hunter 3 weeks

These same companies will lobby the politicians so that they never represent us, and only represent them.

Aleks 3 weeks

You want to mandate voter IDs? Make it free and super easy to get an ID. You are such a dishonest crowd

noonespecific 3 weeks

We need to get big business out of politics. Same people. Big business need to take a stand to policies we don't like.

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