Anyone who’s spent a few minutes on the internet knows you’re bound to come across something offensive, but it’s not typically something we expect when online shopping with major retailers. But that’s exactly what happened recently at Sears and Kmart, which caused outrage over the sale of a t-shirt that harkened back to the Capitol riots in January. Amid the backlash, both retailers have pulled the shirts from their websites. Read on to find out about the shirt that sparked the controversy.
Sears and Kmart’s online stores were recently selling t-shirts that read, “Ashli Babbitt, American Patriot.”
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