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Walmart is Turning Americans Stomachs with The Products in Their 4th of July Sale….

Of all the retailers in the country, Walmart is typically branded one of the most American companies. They profit heavily from their reputation of patriotic values and being the picture of success from capitalism, hard work, and the fruits of pursuing the American dream, despite using cheap overseas labor to produce a glutenous amount products – one of which has just hit shelves right in time Independence Day.

Their cheap products and underpaid retail labor aren’t what makes America great, but they apparently don’t think the Donald Trump does either, as the President of the United States.


 

Walmart has likely seen a massive increase in sales within the first seven months of Trump’s presidency, with all that he’s done for the economy. However, that hasn’t stopped them from licking the gift horse in the mouth. Rather than respectfully celebrating the country that has been made better under a president who truly loves the U.S. to sacrifice and work endlessly to make it great, Walmart has flipped the proverbial finger in Trump’s face and those who support him.

A sickening message on a shirt is now really going to cost the company far more than they know. Rather than capitalizing on sales of a cheap t-shirt for people to wear on the holiday, to parades, and other festivities, a mass boycott has begun proving that Americans love what Trump has done more than they like supporting a store who is trying to profit on hate.

 

Fox News reports:

Walmart has found itself on the receiving end of a torrent of outrage after it was discovered Monday that the superstore was selling anti-Trump “Impeach 45” apparel on its website.

The outcry sparked a #BoycottWalmart trend on Twitter as users expressed their distaste for the chain promoting the impeachment of President Trump, echoing some Congressional Democrats.

Ryan Fournier, chairman of the group Students for Trump, was one of the first to discover Walmart was selling the clothing item, according to the International Business Times. He asked the company in a tweet, “What kind of message are you trying to send?”

 

 

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