If, after a week of overeating, you had a particularly energetic evacuation, looked down into the bowl and asked the stinking output what it thought of the unionization of an Amazon sweatshop in Staten Island, it might say something like this:
“We are disappointed with the outcome of the election in Staten Island because we believe having a direct relationship with the company is best for our employees. We’re evaluating our options, including filing objections based on the inappropriate and undue influence by the NLRB that we and others (including the National Retail Federation and U.S. Chamber of Commerce) witnessed in this election.”source
Say what, shit? (strike a couple of matches here, hand on the flush handle)
The million dollar public relations team of the world’s greatest genius insists he knows better what is good for his employees than some so-called labor union that has no idea about their so-called concerns. We have an army of top lawyers on the payroll and will strenuously object to the overreach of socialistic New Deal agencies, whose time is over, thinking they can enforce rules we never agreed to. We are the most important business in the world today and are supported wholeheartedly by deeply conservative, anti-Communist, pro-corporate organizations that also have long despised the so-called right of fungible drone losers to collectively negotiate for so-called decent working conditions.