Walmart’s Official Twitter Attacks Republican Senator As “Loser”

( Social justice warriors are seemingly everywhere, with a social media worker at Walmart using the supermarket giant’s Twitter account to attack Republican Senator Josh Hawley.

The Missouri lawmaker announced on Wednesday that he intends to object to the certification of the Electoral College vote on January 6, citing overwhelming and shocking evidence of election fraud and misconduct. It prompted an administrator of the Walmart Twitter account to attack him.

“Go ahead. Get your 2 hour debate. #soreloser,” the tweet read.

The tweet referenced the fact that Hawley’s objection would trigger a debate in Congress over the legitimacy of the Electoral College vote and the evidence that shows massive misconduct and fraud in battleground states like Georgia, Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Wisconsin…among others.

Hawley called out Walmart for the “Insulting condescension.”

“Now that you’ve insulted 75 million Americans, will you at least apologize for using slave labor?” he asked, referencing the sale of products made in China that are often made with Uighur slave labor.

It prompted Walmart to respond, after deleting the tweet, claiming that the tweet was “mistakenly posted by a member of [their] social media team.”

“We deleted the post and have no intention of commenting on the subject of certifying the electoral college. We apologize to Senator Hawley for this error and any confusion about our position,” the tweet continued.

Hawley doubled down, asking whether Walmart would prefer to “apologize for the pathetic wages” they pay their workers as they “drive mom and pop stores out of business.”


It’s not the first time Hawley has called out big businesses sweeping up custom while small businesses fall apart owing to the lockdown measures put in place by Democrat governors all over the country.

On January 6, Hawley will be joined by several Republican members of Congress – likely in bigger numbers in the House of Representatives – in objecting to the Electoral College vote.

It could be the moment that President Donald Trump snatches victory from the jaws of defeat. Or it could be the final push to fight back against election fraud that ultimately fails.