According to Breitbart:
Walmart is selling Black Lives Matter clothing and other items amid calls to designate the movement as a hate or terrorist effort. The retailer has banned sales of items bearing a Confederate flag, and an “All Lives Matter” bumper sticker saying it was “offensive.” Some of the Black Lives Matter clothing items also have the word “Bulletproof” on them.
A search on the huge retail corporation’s website shows a wide assortment of clothing and other items bearing the text “Black Lives Matter,” and there is even a Black Lives Mattermonthly pocket planner for sale.
The retail giant recently faced media controversy when three of its employees in Georgia refused to bake a peace officer a cake for his retirement. Breitbart News reported in late September that the police officer’s daughter showed the bakers a design that said “Blue Lives Matter” with a blue line through the middle of the cake. Employees said it was racist. Her father was retiring after 25 years of service. A spokesman for the company later apologized for the incident.
In June of 2015, Walmart had to apologize after one of its stores in Louisiana baked a cake decorated with an ISIS flag after it had refused to make one bearing a Confederate flag.
Here’s what we’re going to organize.
We are NOT going to boycott Walmart.
Instead, we are going to use the left’s Cloward-Piven tactics against them, to prevent them from selling their terroristic t-shirts. Here’s how it works:
Go and buy as many T-shirts as you can afford to on a particular day. Clean out the shelves if you can. Then, return them all the next day for a full refund. If you don’t want to float your credit card, use cash.
If this is successful, most of the BLM products will end up circulating through their returns system instead of sitting on their shelves.
As a bonus, Walmart will show a spike in sales but zero profit, all the while eating a two percent credit card charge per transaction.
If we can make this go viral, Walmart will likely be forced to pull their BLM product from its shelves, or selectively change its return policies. Either way, we win.
Once you’ve made your purchase, take pictures of the contraband and post them here.