Walmart was recently denounced by many of Trump’s supporters because it seemed to be selling apparel and clothing with the words “Impeach Trump”. People started going on twitter to start the hashtag #BoycottWalmart in an effort to stop the wrong that is apparently occurring.
Undoubtedly, the United states of America seems to be clearly divided along the lines of Trump supporters and haters, with both as passionate as can be. No one is backing down and compromising on their beliefs. Now, companies like Walmart are also on the bandwagon, with their own views and beliefs.
It’s clear whose side Walmart is on but is it too extreme selling shirts with the words that incites practical hatred towards the president of the country? Should companies stay neutral about the political differences that are occurring in the country?
Twitter Weighs in on the Walmart Issue
Ryan Fourner was the first one to find out that this was happening and he shared his discomfort through Twitter, talking about how wrong it is;
More Trump Supporters Joined the Hashta
Those Against the Boycott Walmart Campaign
But soon, the people against Trump started tweeting against this campaign calling it pointless and hypocritical. People who are politically towards the left talk about how Trump sold “Make America Great Again” caps that hinted at a white supremacist ideology during the election. They think that if Trump supporters can do things like these, why can’t people who oppose Trump do as well?
The following tweets are against the Boycott Walmart campaign
Moreover, some are talking about the fact that Walmart as a company has their own problems. And it’s rather stupid to start boycotting it over a jersey.
Consequently, a lot of people clearly have a lot to say on the matter, with differing views of opinions. Let’s see how Walmart handles this!