The #BoycottWalmart popped up on Twitter as users expressed distaste for the world's largest retailer seemingly promoting the impeachment of President Donald Trump, the 45th President of the United states.
As some noted, though, the choice of items on Walmart's website doesn't betray any clear political bias; the retailer sells plenty of pro-Trump merchandise and it sells merchandise that opposes Hillary Clinton, as well.
Last year, Walmart came under fire after a third-party seller offered T-shirts that suggested killing journalists.
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It's not the first time Walmart has caused a stir.
In 2016, for example, Walmart stopped selling apparel that read "Bulletproof - Black Lives Matter", when a police organization said the company was "profiting from racial division".
The T-shirts weren't being sold by Walmart itself, but by third-party sellers including Old Glory and Teespring Inc.
The Washington Times reached out to Walmart Tuesday afternoon asking if the products were pulled in response to the social media pressure. But once they're approved-a process that takes a few weeks-Walmart doesn't watch every item put up for sale. The company removed a shirt with the slogan "Rope".
A Walmart spokeswoman did not return a request for comment.