I do everything that I can to have to stay out of a Walmart, it almost makes me sick to go into one.
It used to be that every store in every town in the United States had its own personality and that you felt like you were at home.
Now, Walmart has taken over and you can’t go anywhere where it seems like people know you. That’s just the customer service side of things.
Politically, they have gone out of their way to back liberal causes for a long time now, but it seems like this time they have universally gone too damn far.
On Wednesday, Republican Senator Josh Hawley got into what DailyBoulder calls “a war of words with Wal-Mart” because the retail megalith called him a “sore loser,” for announcing his intention to challenge Joe Biden’s electoral piracy and stand up for the Constitutional rule of law.
Somewhere around 75 million Americans took that as a slap in the face and now that they know the retail giant sides with the radical left you can bet they will show the displeasure with their dollars.
Wal-Mart left leaning bias crystal clear
January 6 is expected to be a day of reckoning for the Deep State. That’s when the electoral ballots, for all seven states where fraud evidence is well documented, might be tossed in the trash. Wal-Mart just made it crystal clear how far left they lean.
Following Hawley’s announcement that he will second the House objection to the fraudulent results on Wednesday, their Twitter account lashed out, “Go ahead. Get your 2 hour debate. #soreloser.” After severe blowback from the right, they deleted it.
Senator Hawley managed to grab a screenshot before it was scrubbed and responded to the “insulting condescension.” That two hour debate could be the most important two hour debate in the 247 year history of Congress.
“Now that you’ve insulted 75 million Americans, will you at least apologize for using slave labor?” Hawley tapped out. “Or maybe you’d like to apologize for the pathetic wages you pay your workers as you drive mom and pop stores out of business.” He apparently has an ax to grind about Wal-Mart and their in-store economics.
The bigwigs in Arkansas quickly threw the “slave labor” in their office under the bus. Wal-Mart officially apologized for the earlier tweet which was “mistakenly posted by a member of our social media team.”