Walmart Halts Sales of BLM 'Bulletproof' Shirts After Police Objections
Walmart announced today it will no longer sell controversial "Black Lives Matter" tee shirts on its website after the Fraternal Order of Police objected and asked the retailer to stop.
The shirts, sold on the mega-store's website by Connecticut-based Old Glory Merchandise, were deemed offensive and could damage Walmart's good name among the law enforcement community, FOP President Chuck Canterbury said in a letter to CEO Douglas McMillon.
"I urge you to prohibit the use of the Walmart name and website for the retail sale of these products," Canterbury wrote.
Walmart responded by issuing a statement pledging to follow Canterbury's advice and cease sales of the "Bulletproof: Black Lives Matter" shirts.
Judge Alex Ferrer and radio host Jamila Bey debated the incident on "The O'Reilly Factor".
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