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Walmart Stops Selling “Impeach 45″ Apparel After Boycott Threat

Courtesy of Zero Hedge

Update:  That didn't take long to resolve.

Shortly after enraged Walmart shoppers threatened to boycott the retailer over the sale of "Impeach 45" apparel by third-party website, Old Glory, president Trump’s Campaign Manager, Brad Parscale, told supporters there is no need to boycott Walmart.

And sure enough, around that time, the URL for the impeach website returned an empty page.

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Walmart is facing backlash from conservatives after it was discovered Monday that the superstore is carrying "Impeach 45" merchandise on its website.

The discovery was brought to mainstream attention by Ryan Fournier, chairman of the group Students for Trump, who asked the company in a Tweet "@walmart why are you selling Impeach 45 baby clothes on your website?????"

Since then, a boycott has gone viral under the hashtag #BoycottWalmart:

The baby One Piece on the site currently has 46 one-star reviews, such as "I would never buy this and I cannot believe this is being promoted…," and "I bought this for the babies that want it, but it didn’t fit since they’re all full grown adults. Do you have bibs perhaps? They tend to drool a lot when they speak of 45, especially that Congresswoman from California."

Trump HUD appointee Lynne Patton said: "Imagine if they sold “Impeach 44” shirts? @Walmart would be called racist by every single celebrity on the internet & be forced to close for diversity training."

"#BoycottWalmart starts now. As long as you keep selling Impeach Trump gear my family will no longer shop at your stores."

Another Twitter user pointed out that Amazon is also selling the controversial apparel:

The slogan was first programmed into the American psyche by Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) who has led chants of "Impeach 45" at political rallies.

The anti-Trump apparel isn't the first time Walmart has come under fire for divisive clothing. In 2016, they removed a range of "black lives matter" apparel from their shelves after the National Fraternal Order of Police (NFOP), a police advocacy group, accused Walmart of "profiting from racial division," reports Pritha Paul of the International Business Times

The line of clothing, sold by a third party manufacturer on Walmart.com, which stirred up controversy at the time were merchandize containing the caption “Bulletproof — Black Lives Matter.” -International Business Times

“Like other online retailers, we have a marketplace with millions of items offered by third parties that includes Blue Lives Matter, Black Lives Matter and All Lives Matter merchandise. After hearing concerns from customers, we are removing the specific item with the ‘bulletproof’ reference,” a Walmart spokesman told Fortune in a statement.


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