Sears and Kmart It came under fire for depicting a thug in the Capitol as an “American Patriot” in a T-shirt sold on the retailer’s website.
T-shirt with name Ashley BabbittThe black and white American flag and the words “American Patriot” are sold on the retailer’s website for between $19.99 and $21.00, and they appear to be available in various sizes and colors.
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Get the kingpin or get another January 6. pic.twitter.com/i2Aa1igK0F
— Seth Abramson (@SethAbramson) July 6, 2021
AshliBabbitt is a 35-year-old woman who was one of the thugs who attacked the Capitol on January 6. She was shot and killed by a police officer while trying to enter the House of Representatives.
A video clip released after her death showed that Babbitt and other thugs wrapped a banner of “Make America Great Again” in the Capitol. Babbitt was taken to the hospital after being shot, but was pronounced dead later that night.
Babbitt was criticized for her role as a veteran of the Air Force during the riots in the Capitol. She served twice in Afghanistan and Iraq. Others claimed that she was a martyr of her actions.
Both Sears and Kmart removed these T-shirts from their websites, but when Twitter saw that Sears and Kmart were selling these T-shirts, they quickly screamed and called for boycotts of these companies. store.
One Twitter user wrote: “Seriously, this is disgusting.”
Seriously, this is disgusting. #Boycott Sears #Boycott Kmart https://t.co/ZqdQb4hBv6
— Clayberg ___ (@clayberg) July 6, 2021
Another Twitter user said, “#Resistance will see them permanently closed for this.”
#Boycott Sears If you can find one#Boycottkmart If you can find one
Both stores actively support domestic terrorism & us, #Resistance You will see them permanently closed for this reason. https://t.co/htsAdzcNtM
— __Resistance__Writer✍️✍️ (@RhymesWObvious) July 6, 2021
However, another user said, “What are you thinking about?”
Change the name from a domestic terrorist to Emmiett Till, and then I might buy one. Sears, Kmart…what are you thinking? #Boycott Sears. #Boycott Kmart.
Oops, they are bankrupt anyway. https://t.co/QdpcIpoLZU
— Gerald Hampton (@VaTechPhiDelt) July 7, 2021
Others on social media sites said: “This is why @Sears is a bankrupt company!”
This is why @Sears Is a bankrupt company ❗️
I guess they have taken business with bottom breeders and inflammatory fraudsters as a last resort to make a living ❗️
Works well #My pillow Isn’t it ❓_ #Boycott Sears #Boycott Kmart
— Cruz Thomas is very relaxed __ _ __ (@realCruzThomas) July 6, 2021
Those who called for a boycott of the site joked, “They have gone bankrupt.”
We can #Boycott Sears with #Boycott KMart But they have closed down.
— Dr. Bobby Sands (@kaoconnor) July 7, 2021
Sears filed for bankruptcy in October 2018. The retailer reached a $5.2 billion deal with its former chairman Eddie Lambert’s hedge fund ELS and has recovered from bankruptcy. Quietly close the store since.
In February, Forbes According to reports, only about 36 Sears and 30 Kmart stores remain, which is lower than the 489 stores of the same name and 360 Kmart stores in 2019.