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Piers Morgan Accuses Walmart of Selling Guns to Kids After Viral Photo

Piers Morgan Accuses Walmart of Selling Guns to Kids After Viral Photo

"What's seen in this photograph would never be acceptable in our stores", the company said in a statement.

Walmart has issued an apology after a photo surfaced on social media showing an in-store display saying "Own the school year like a hero" over a gun display, though the company is still investigating the authenticity of the image.

Walmart tweeted Wednesday the display was at a store in Evansville, Indiana, but company spokesman Charles Crowson said Walmart has determined that tweet was incorrect. Walmart, for their part, did publicly apologize for the display, calling it bad and saying they'd investigate how the sign got there in the first place.

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"We have already lost so many innocent lives to guns", she said, adding that she made the immediate connection between guns and school shootings when she saw the display.

'People don't seem to honestly care, ' May noted. "We're very sorry and checking into how this could have happened".

Walmart is the largest retailer for guns and ammunition in the United States. HOW tone deaf can a corp be?,' one Twitter user asked incredulously.

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This isn't the first time Walmart's marketing strategy has left consumers outraged. 'This was frightful and we removed the sign as soon as we found out'. The company's social media has since been corrected.

Later, though, Walmart-which came under fired last month for selling a wig cap online that was described in racial terms-seemed not to know which store had displayed the sign. A banner reading "WE WILL NEVER FORGET" topped over the display.

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