Missing a Package? Far-Left Policing Policies Might Be to Blame.

If you’re missing a package from Amazon, UPS, REI, or just about any major shipping company, your goods may be strewn across train tracks in Los Angeles. In a series of videos posted to social media by CBSLA photojournalist John Schreiber, countless looted packages from cargo containers – including unused COVID tests, fishing lures, epi-pens, and more – can be seen looted or dumped around the Union Pacific Intermodal Facility in Downtown Los Angeles. Schreiber notes that cargo trains are often targeted by thieves in the liberal-run city due to their high value and ease of access. As the trains

Amazon Deleted Reviews Critical Of Chinese Communist Party Book.

Internal memos alongside insiders from Amazon.com have revealed the company’s concerted effort to appease the Chinese Communist Party – including by partnering with state propaganda operatives and scrubbing web reviews critical of the regime. Notably, the e-commerce giant submitted to a Chinese Communist Party (CCP) demand that it stop allowing negative customer ratings on a book containing a collection of leader Xi Jinping’s speeches and writings. “I think the issue was anything under five stars,” noted a company insider, who detailed how Amazon caved to Beijing’s demands. Currently, on the Chinese site Amazon.cn, the government-published book has no customer reviews,

Washington Post Owner Admits Mail-In Voting “Disenfranchises,” Says In-Person Creates “Valid, Fair” Election

In response to a forthcoming vote at an American Amazon facility, the company slammed mail-in ballots as “disenfranchising” voters and advocated for in-person voting as the “best approach to a valid, fair and successful election.” The hypocritical comments come as workers at Amazon, whose CEO Jeff Bezos is also the owner of The Washington Post, are voting on whether to form a union. The vote is set to include approximately 6,000 workers from Amazon’s Bessemer, Alabama facility. And even with voting numbers considerably smaller than the 2020 presidential election, Amazon spokesperson Heather Knox insisted that in-person voting was superior to mail-in

Brother Of Biden Adviser Secures Amazon Lobbying Contract

The brother of a long-time, senior adviser to Joe Biden signed Amazon as a new lobbying client less than two weeks after the 2020 presidential election. Jeff Ricchetti – the brother of proposed White House senior counselor and former Chief of Staff to then-Vice President Joe Biden Steve Richetti – added Amazon.com Services LLC. as a client on November 13th. The addition follows the lobbyist inking a lobbying deal with Vaxart, a biotechnology company that garnered scrutiny from federal investigators and the Securities and Exchange Commission after allegedly overhyping its involvement in President Trump’s Operation Warp Speed. “The firm has already

EXC: Top U.S. Tech Execs Attended Conference Sponsored By Chinese Communist Group Which Pushed COVID DisInfo Campaign

Executives from American tech giants such as Facebook and Google attended an annual conference organized by the Cyberspace Administration of China, the body responsible for leading the Chinese Communist Party’s digital campaign to censor factual narratives and push fraudulent information about COVID-19. The unearthed attendance of U.S. tech leaders to the World Internet Conference follows leaked documents from the Chinese Communist Party revealing that its Cyberspace Administration – which spearheaded the conference – was tasked with deploying legions of hundreds of thousands of people online. These individuals, comprising China’s “wu mao” army, were deployed to combat negative narratives about the

‘Xi Beckoned, They Came’: U.S. Tech CEOs Fawned Over Chinese Communist Premier… ‘Did You Feel the Room Shake?’

A 2015 New York Times article reveals how CEOs from America’s largest technology and social media companies – including Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg, Apple’s Tim Cook, and Amazon’s Jeff Bezos – fawned over meeting Chinese Communist Party leader Xi Jinping. The article – “The Most Memorable Moment of Xi’s America Trip” – describes how, during Xi’s visit to a Microsoft Headquarters in September 2015, CEOs from America’s big tech companies cozied up to the Chinese Communist Party leader. As the New York Times put it, the tech bigwigs “paid homage” to Xi. According to the establishment rag, after posing for a picture with Xi, Apple’s


EXCLUSIVE: Biden-Linked AI Firm and U.S. Social Media Giants Sponsored Beijing Tech Conference Alongside Chinese Military Proxies

American technology companies including Twitter, Facebook, Amazon, and Google have repeatedly attended and sponsored the China-based Global Mobile Internet Conference alongside Chinese Communist Party linked tech companies such as TikTok, Tencent, and firms designated as Chinese military collaborators by the U.S. Department of Defense including Huawei. The annual conference is hosted by Great Wall Club (GWC), a group comprised of executives from Chinese companies such as Tencent and their Silicon Valley counterparts. This collaboration, however, poses a national security threat and runs the risk of intellectual property theft and espionage per the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). Tencent, for example,

Bipartisan Effort to Restrain Big Tech Gains Momentum

Bipartisan momentum is growing against big tech companies as state attorneys general come together to challenge big tech companies. Last month a coalition of 48 state attorneys general, led by Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, announced a joint antitrust investigation into Google. Paxton charged that Google “dominates all aspects of advertising on the Internet and searching on the Internet.” The attorneys general are in close contact with the federal government, which has taken steps of its own to investigate Google and other tech companies. Only two state attorneys general declined to join the probe: California — home to Google and thousands