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John Oliver talks about importance of Amazon Union’s vote in Alabama – Deadline

Sure Last week tonight John Oliver returned after a week off with plenty to discuss about his empty emptiness which the host described as “an Apple Store that only sells sadness.”

He referred to Derek Chauvin’s defense “what happened was” during his trial and briefly mentioned the boat that got stuck and then took off in Egypt. Then he had fun with the crazy right-wing media reaction to Lil Nas X’s music video for “Montero (Call Me By Your Name) – specifically Next movie BoratBreakout star Rudy Giuliani’s clumsy attempt to explain the rapper’s video that showed him giving an actor a devil’s turn to dance.

Oliver went on to say that the Lil Nas X video was sound in relation to the accusations involving Republican Congressman Matt Gaetz.

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Gaetz is under investigation for potentially violating sex trafficking laws involving a minor – which he denies, claiming there is in fact a multi-million dollar extortion plot behind it. ‘investigation,’ Oliver said before moving on to a clip of Gaetz explaining his theory to Tucker Carlson – something he failed badly.

Oliver moved the spotlight to Amazon. After describing Jeff Bezos as having too much money and no empathy like Lex Luthor, he spoke about an Amazon fulfillment center in Bessemer, Alabama, which is currently counting votes in a historic union vote. “The campaign was seen as a pointer to the labor movement as a whole, and Amazon workers have plenty of reasons to fight to organize,” Oliver said.

Bessemer’s Amazon site has been making headlines lately. Workers complained of the grueling work, unsafe working conditions and inadequate breaks. One clip featured an employee saying he was seen more as a product or statistic than a human being.

“The fact that Amazon workers are demoralized is something you knew, but it doesn’t get any less upsetting regardless of the number of recalls,” the host said.

The results of the vote are not yet known, but Oliver explains how Amazon fought him. It has been reported that Amazon workers receive nearly five texts a day discouraging them from joining a union and there have also been mandatory meetings that denigrate unionization. Anti-union posters were also placed in the toilets of the work rooms.

It was reported that Amazon workers in Bessemer had to forgo bathroom breaks to meet quotas. Drivers were also forced to urinate in bottles and worse still: defecate in bags. Last week, Interception posted an internal Amazon memo that said drivers “should not return bags to the station containing poo.”

“It’s an appalling story,” Oliver said. He continued: “We must continue to pay attention to this because the outcome of Bessemer’s vote will have major implications. Amazon is America’s second-largest private employer and this organizing effort could determine whether their employees have the power to demand decent working conditions.

Oliver concluded: “The more the company tries to convince its workers that they don’t need union protection, the clearer it becomes that Amazon executives – just like the bags that seemingly hang around their delivery vehicles – are completely filled with shit. . “

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