Jeff Bezos, the open borders globalist who owns Amazon.com and the Washington Post, has no room to complain about the disturbances at his Seattle operation. When you import an ideology and a culture to supplant that of the United States there are bound to be conflicts. When you support the obstruction of the lawful actions of our President to protect us and side with the terrorists and their sympathizers, it’s only fitting that you pay a penalty, hopefully, an expensive and disruptive one.
Muslim employees of the contractor that provides security services at the Seattle Amazon facility are planning a May 1st demonstration at the front door of the company’s Seattle headquarters. The Service Employees International Union, along with three Muslim guards who work for their security contractor, SIS, are accusing Amazon of not allowing the guards the space to pray five times per day. There’s no legal requirement for them to do so, but a solid foundation is not a prerequisite for leftists, even when they’re attacking one of their own.
A former guard at Amazon, Essag Hassan, claims he was let go because he requested to be allowed to pray on his break. “I was fired and not given a reason why.” That’s not likely, terminations always involve giving a reason. Although the employee might disagree or it could be made up and false, he was told why.
Now he’s leading a jihad against the Internet infidels, declaring, “I’m speaking out for all Muslim security workers and for workers of any religion. When you ask for a space to pray on your work break, that request should be treated with respect.” As in “we respectfully decline your request,” you mean?
Let’s put the sandals on the other foot, Eggsack or whatever your name is, when you accepted the position you agreed to a schedule that fits the employer’s needs, not yours. If that is something that doesn’t work for you, you’re not a prisoner, head on down the road until you find something that does. That’s how it is supposed to work in America.
The SEIU promised “a strongly worded letter” from the “Seattle faith community” would be delivered to Amazon during the rally planned outside the company’s headquarters. In attacking the practices of Amazon, the SEIU stated, “Unlike other companies in locations with large Muslim populations, Amazon has not supported Muslim service workers requesting space to pray during their law-mandated work breaks.” They’re work breaks, not prayer breaks, there is a difference and no religious component.
The SEIU added a typical Democrat class warfare angle to the debate, claiming, “Despite granting the high-earning tech workers conference rooms to pray in, there appears to be a double standard for the contracted security officers who protect the tech giant.”
But Usama Baioumy disputes the claims of the man “fired for no reason” and his union supporters. He said, “I want to set the record straight, Amazon provided us with a prayer room. I pray in the room here. Amazon helped us by providing prayer rooms across the building.”
The union and that unemployed malcontent wouldn’t lie about such a thing, would they? As it turns out, the SEIU is even lying about representing the security guards. They’re acting in an unofficial capacity, planting seeds of discontent to be harvested later.
Good luck with the protests, boys. Block the entrances, disrupt deliveries, shipments, lay down or pray in the streets, have a good old time. We’ll be laughing the whole time; it couldn’t be happening to a more deserving scumbag.
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