Amazon’s Jeff Bezos is making no bones about his help of the Black Lives Matter motion, telling the world on Instagram that he stands firmly in opposition to a buyer offended over the anti-police demonstrations.
Bezos, the world’s richest man with a internet price of almost $150 billion, posted each an email from the woman, who was upset by a banner on the retailer’s web site that reads: “Black lives matter” and his response, the Daily Mail reported.
Amazon put up the banner simply days after the killing of George Floyd.
In her e mail, the client instructed Bezos: “I’m for everybody voicing their opinions and standing up for what you imagine in, however to your firm to blast this in your web site may be very offensive to me … ALL LIVES MATTER!”
Bezos replied: “I’ve to disagree with you. ‘Black lives matter’ doesn’t imply different lives don’t matter.
“Black lives matter speaks to racism and the disproportionate threat that Black individuals face in our legislation enforcement and justice system,” Bezos went on.
“I’ve a 20-year-old son, and I merely don’t fear that he could be choked to dying whereas being detained in the future. It’s not one thing I fear about. Black mother and father can’t say the identical.”
Bezos and his ex-wife MacKenzie have 4 kids — three sons and an adopted daughter. Preston, 20, is the oldest.
Bezos’ help for Black Lives Matter hasn’t saved Amazon grocery subsidiary Entire Meals from being vandalized, the Day by day Mail reported.
In Manhattan, graffiti on one boarded-up Entire Meals story learn “guillotine for Bezos.”
On the West Coast, in Los Angeles, looters smashed by the doorways of a Entire Meals.