In a rather large public address that could cause some big waves come Jan. 6th, Senator Josh Hawley (R – MO) announced he would be objecting to the certification of the Electoral College results. This is big news as many state Representatives have announced the same, no other Senator has announced they will do so, until this Patriot did at least. He may just be the first domino, or the last. It doesn’t matter so long as at least one does.
Regardless of that news, Walmart was particularly displeased with his actions and immediately tweeted back to the Senator a vile response that was posted for all of two hours before being deleted.
“Go ahead. Get your 2 hour debate. #soreloser.”Walmart Deleted Tweet
Unluckily for them, their sucker-punch of a tweet was quickly countered by a quick witted and prepared Senator. He didn’t resort to name calling or stooping to their level either. He stood up for himself and all those he is BY LAW required to stand up for.
“Thanks @Walmart for your insulting condescension. Now that you’ve insulted 75 million Americans, will you at least apologize for using slave labor?Senator Josh Hawley Tweets (combined)
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.”
And just like that, Walmart deleted their tweet claiming one of their precious social media managers, mind you this is someone who is paid to know all the ins and outs and ethics to social media, accidentally posted as Walmart instead of as their own persona. Nice scapegoat, but the damage has been done. Everyone already knows that Walmart and its owners are heavy liberal backers. They are just letting their true colors shine.
Even more so, no punishments have been announced for that social media specialist who they claim did this. A huge mistake for any company that would surely come with massive repercussions. After-all, this year has been full of examples of companies dropping employees for simply showing up to rallies and protests.
This is disgusting behavior by any company let alone a human being. Hopefully, we can have a learning moment and become better people. I for one won’t bet on it.