Will you still be supporting Amazon after the preventable deaths of the workers that were forced to stay in a warehouse during a tornado?

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6 Amazon warehouse deaths were confirmed after its collapse during a severe storm in St. Louis

A wall the length of a football field and the warehouse’s roof collapsed. Around 100 emergency vehicles descended upon the fulfillment center where dozens of workers were reportedly trapped.

One of the victims who was killed when a tornado collapsed an Amazon warehouse in Illinois texted his girlfriend before the deadly tornado struck saying that the company had ordered him to hold off driving home and stay put until the storm passed.

Larry Virden, 46, was killed Friday night when the roof came down at a massive Amazon facility.

Virden, who had worked for Amazon for five months, was the father of four children, including adopted children, and the couple of 13 years had three children together between the ages of 9 and 12.

Now he and many other Amazon employees are dead due to amazons negligence

Later this year Amazon has also faced legal charges for illegally firing activist workers Emily Cunningham and Maren Costa, who were outspoken critics of its climate policies and labor practices.

Amazon’s also been caught by the NLRB for illegally stopping workers from unionizing.

I’m honestly just not supporting Amazon at all at this point, they’re a disgusting company and it’s sad that they care more about money than their own employees safety and well being. What do you think?
Will you still be supporting Amazon after the preventable deaths of the workers that were forced to stay in a warehouse during a tornado?
Will you still be supporting Amazon after the preventable deaths of the workers that were forced to stay in a warehouse during a tornado?
Will you still be supporting Amazon after the preventable deaths of the workers that were forced to stay in a warehouse during a tornado?
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* They already had tornado warnings in the area before the tornado formed. Amazon should’ve took the employees off their shift so they could evacuate. There were even workers coming in because Amazon was too lazy to notify them that there was a tornado
Will you still be supporting Amazon after the preventable deaths of the workers that were forced to stay in a warehouse during a tornado?
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