SLAM! Sen. Josh Hawley Dunks on Walmart for Attacking His Election Objection

Senator Josh Hawley (R-MO) broke the internet when he announced that he would object to the certification of the electoral college results on Jan. 6.

He also broke one of America’s leading retailers. Walmart attacked him for this in a quickly deleted tweet that read, “Go ahead. Get your 2 hour debate. # bad loser. “Hawley was ready for her, and his response was brutal.

Hawley responded to the critical blow in a follow-up tweet: “Thank you @Walmart for your abusive condescension. After insulting 75 million Americans, will you at least apologize for the use of slave labor?” Hawley persisted and kicked the liberal business giant when he could no longer count: “Or maybe you want to apologize for the pitiful wages you pay your workers when you take mom and pop stores out of business. ”

Ouch, someone calls 911.

Walmart’s senior manager Casey Staheli told the Washington Examiner that this was a mistake by the company’s social media team:

‘The tweet was mistakenly posted by a member of our social media team who intended to post this comment on his personal account. We have removed the post and do not intend to comment on the issue of certification of the electoral college. We apologize to Senator Hawley for this mistake and any confusion about our position. ‘

The company has not announced any disciplinary action for this employee on Twitter at the time of this writing.

However, recent activity by Walmart personalities has tied the company to left-wing causes, which would have resulted in such a feeling, expressed in the deleted tweet, being taken for granted.

It was found that Walmart billionaire heiress Christy Walton donated $ 40,000 to the intolerable NeverTrump Lincoln project. The group had run disgusting attacks against President Donald Trump and Republican congressional candidates throughout the year.

Notice how these errors always lean in one direction?

Conservatives are attacked. Contact Walmart at 1-800-925-6278 and request that they better monitor their social media accounts.

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