Walmart Begins Selling Black Lives Matter Clothing Line

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Retailer megastore Walmart has previously banned sales of items bearing a Confederate flag and bumper stickers flashing “All Lives Matter” rhetoric, claiming the items were “offensive.”

However, it has now begun selling Black Lives Matter apparel at numerous store locations and online. A few of the BLM shirts highlight the word “Bulletproof” on its forefront, and a BLM pocket planner is also for sale.

Walmart has drawn out the lines of its clear agenda, since it was only last September a Georgia outlet refused to bake a cake saying “Blue Lives Matter” for a retiring police officer. The Walmart baker claimed the message was racist. However, a Walmart bakery in Louisiana had no issue with baking an ISIS flag decorated cake in June of 2015.

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Ire has been drawn by many critics over Walmart’s move to sell the BLM clothing line and items, but the store has made no effort or attempt to rescind those items for purchase. Many notable conservatives such as Sheriff David Clarke, Reverend Jesse Lee Peterson, Fox News Channel host Bill O’Reilly, and talk radio host Rush Limbaugh, have designated Black Lives Matter as a terrorist group and a hate movement.

Below are more Black Lives Matter clothing items found on the Wal-mart website:

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