Shoppers are not too pleased with the retail juggernaut.
Walmart has come under fire for selling a set of politically-charged t-shirts on its website, and is now facing a potential consumer boycott as a result. The apparel in question come emblazoned with phrases that read "Impeach 45" or "45 You're Fired," which directly refer to the premature termination of current U.S. President Donald Trump's term in the Oval Office.
These articles of clothing have ignited a rallying cry from the President's legion of supporters, who find the sloganeering to be disrespectful. Angered patrons have vowed to reject the retailer, as the #BoycottWalmart movement begins to gain traction on social media.
Ironically, the manufacturer who is responsible for these highly-contested shirts have also sold merchandise that is staunchly Pro-Trump, having mass-produced "Make America Great Again" hats in the past.
Of course, this proliferation of indignation has been criticized by the current Commander in Chief's dissenters, who think the #BoycottWalmart movement is one-dimensional.