Two key lawmakers in Queens on Sunday signaled they would oppose granting tax breaks to online retail giant Amazon in exchange for bringing up to 25,000 jobs to Long Island City.

“As elected officials representing Long Island City and its surrounding neighborhoods, we have serious reservations about the reported deal to bring Amazon to LIC,” said state Sen. Michael Gianaris, the number two Democrat in a conference that’s gained the majority, in a joint statement with Councilman Jimmy Van Bramer.

“Offering massive corporate welfare from scarce public resources to one of the wealthiest corporations in the world at a time of great need in our state is just wrong.”

Amazon is reportedly considering Long Island City as one of two locations to split its planned second headquarters, with another site being considering for Crystal City in Virginia.

It’s not yet clear how much New York is offering in incentives for the company. Gov. Andrew Cuomo, who jokingly suggested he would change his first name to “Amazon” as insisted New York’s bid was responsible compared to the offerings of other cities.

But lawmakers aren’t convinced the tax breaks, which would be tied to benchmark job creation, are worth it.

“The burden should not be on the 99 percent to prove we are worthy of the 1 percent’s presence in our communities, but rather on Amazon to prove it would be a responsible corporate neighbor,” they said.

“Corporate responsibility should take precedence over corporate welfare. If public reports about this deal prove true, we cannot support a giveaway of this magnitude, a process that circumvents community review through the use of a GPP or the inevitable stress on the infrastructure of a community already stretched to its limits.”