Did Walmart introduce a new line of t-shirts sporting anti-Trump messages and are people starting a boycott over it? No, that's not true: the image purporting to show the shirts was made up by a liberal satire page on Facebook that tries to rile up conservatives and Trump supporters into liking and sharing fake news and possibly boycotting Trump-friendly businesses in the process. The shirts are not real.
LOCK UP ALL THE WALTONS!! EVEN JOHN-BOY!!
The text on the image read:
Walmart's new shirts could be treason!!
Included are "Trump in crosshairs", "Kill Trump" & "Trump King of the Morons"
Share to start the boycott!!
The t-shirts in the background are crude photoshops and in reality Walmart is selling many Trump-branded clothing items that are pro-Trump as you can see on this page on their website.
The comment about locking up "John-Boy" from the Waltons should also tip you off the image and post are fake. Walmart is indeed owned by the (real) Walton family but "John-Boy" is part of the fictional Waltons from the television show of the same name.
Created by Earl Hamner Jr.. With Jon Walmsley, Mary Beth McDonough, Eric Scott, Judy Norton. The life and trials of a 1930s and 1940s Virginia mountain family through financial depression and World War II.
The Facebook page that initially posted the hoax has this disclaimer on its info-tab:
Nothing on this page is real. It is a collection of the satirical whimsies of liberal trolls masquerading as conservatives. You have been warned.
Don't fall for it!
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