Does that mean they’ll have ‘lock her up’ t-shirts, too?
They must have known it was risky taking sides in the ‘Resist’ war. But isn’t picking sides against the Right a risky move for them? After all, it’s the LEFT that tends to oppose Walmart moving into new neighborhoods.
Then again, Hillary WAS on their board of directors for 6 years while Bill was Governor, and the company’s heiress dropped a 6-figure donation to her campaign bid.
Did they make a mistake by selling these shirts?
They certainly made some waves.
Whoever said there was no such thing as bad publicity hadn’t heard of social media.
.@walmart why are you selling Impeach 45 baby clothes on your website?????
What kind of message are you trying to send? https://t.co/PwI4nCVAZx
— Ryan Fournier (@RyanAFournier) July 3, 2018
It’s not just baby shirts, either.
Not surprisingly, some have called for boycotts over this.
What do you think? Is a boycott appropriate?
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