Amazon’s patented wristbands that precisely track the movements of its warehouse workers are another breach of privacy the commerce giant subjects its employees to, according to Jim Stroud’s must-watch entry for Infowars.com’s 2018 reporter contest.

Jim Stroud – Whatever Happened to Employee Privacy?

Infowars is proud to present the fourteenth round of submissions from dedicated contestants competing to join the ranks of the Info War against the globalists – and a chance to win a prize!

Submissions period for the 26K Reporter contest is now closed

Due to a lot of last-minute entries, we will be publishing more videos over the coming days. If your video is published then your entry has been accepted.

Here are the rules – CLICK HERE.

Watch the rest of the latest entries for the 2018 Infowars Reporter Contest below.

Sam Garza – Refugees in Spain Discard Red Cross Aid!

Kyriakos P. Antoniou – Why The Left Is Moving Far Left: Russia Collusion, SpyGate

Sam Garza – Elon Musk & Toxic Space Grease

Tyson Eberly – Polling Austin’s Public on Trump’s Job Performance

Sam Garza – Crime in Tijuana

Mary Hoelscher – Warrior inside

Herb Corona – Smartmatic

Matthew Hinton – Black Unemployment Details

Randall J. Currie – Madonna Not Popular on Washington Mall

Infowars.com stresses the war for the future is won by swaying hearts and minds of people with potent, topical, and routine reports that are your very own.

Thank you, Infowarriors!


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