43 thoughts on “Walmart Workers Advocated For Change, No Longer ‘Complicit’ | The Beat With Ari Melber | MSNBC

  1. 180 million military style rifles and 3 trillion dollars worth of ammunition are being stored up waiting on facist Democrats to come and try and remove them.

  2. Liberals, liberals, liberals, everyone knows your goal here is a ban, so here are some facts. There are over 393 million guns in this country in the hands of private citizens. 99.998% whom have done nothing wrong and have never harmed anyone. Along with the aforementioned guns, there is easily more than a trillion rounds of ammunition in those same private hands. (That’s Trillion with a “T”)

    In your little fantasy world of gun confiscation, who exactly are these confiscators going to be? There aren't enough Police, Sheriff Deputy's, ATF, Secret Service, FBI, Treasury, US Marshall's of Forest Ranger's combined to go door to door and forcibly take private property from US citizens. So what's next? The military? Full blown Civil War? Please enlighten me.

  3. how bad would it look for walmart if shooters bought ammo and guns from walmart, load up in the parking lot, and rampage the very walmart they bought it from

  4. Walmart doesn't have a choice really, loose some of their customer base and staff enough to cause problems for them, I support the second amendment I just don't support assault weapons.

  5. Employees are legally entitled to a safe work environment & liability lawsuits are probably starting to sting or taking a bite out of Wally World's insurance coverage.

  6. I shop walmart. but I never buy Ground Beef at Wal MART due to fear of Illegal aliens (victims of MSNBCannibal satan worship rituals) being in the ground beef

  7. I wish this young man Thomas Marshall a bright future. He is well spoken and a great representative. Thank you to him and his fellow employees. And Thank you to Walmart for stepping up and showing the country how its done!

  8. There 100 million gun owners in America if everyone of us stop shopping at Walmart they will go out of business I spend about $800 at Walmart monthly but not anymore

  9. Here’s what happens after governments have disarmed their citizens:
    1911 – Turkey disarmed it’s citizens, and between 1915 – 1917 they murdered 1.5 million Armenians.
    1929 – Russia disarmed it’s citizens, and between 1929 – 1953 they murdered 20 million Russians.
    1935 – China disarmed it’s citizens, and between 1948 – 1952 they murdered 20 million Chinese.
    1938 – Germany disarmed it’s citizens, and between 1939 – 1945 they murdered 16 million Jews.
    1956 – Cambodia disarmed it’s citizens, and between 1975 – 1977 they murdered 1 million Educated people.
    1964 – Guatamala disarmed it’s citizens, and between 1964 – 1981 they murdered 100,000 Mayan Indians.
    1970 – Uganda disarmed it’s citizens, and between 1971 – 1979 they murdered 300,000 Christians. You can argue about the numbers, but the point here is that disarmed citizens are vulnerable, and that there are many historical examples of disarmed citizens being killed and oppressed by their own government. The excuse given by authorities that they need to take guns away from citizens in order to lower crime rates is not supported by facts. Even if a government does not turn on its own citizens after disarming them, people are less safe – because unarmed citizens are easy targets to criminals. Over and over again, it has been clearly shown that taking guns away from citizens does not lead to a decrease in crime but rather a dramatic increase. Australia has disarmed it’s citizens, and a year later the homicide rate in the largest province is up 300%. The burglaries of seniors is “dramatically” up.
    I guess the criminals did not turn their weapons in. Only the innocent law abiding citizens turned in weapons.
    In US cities with the highest crime rates, taking guns away from the citizens has not lowered the homicide rate. All it has done is to make it easier for criminals to operate. The 2nd amendment is not about duck hunting, or deer hunting. It is about having the ability and the right to defend oneself and your family. It doesn’t matter if that threat is a burglar, or the Federal Government. A disarmed population is fair game for any president who may be aspiring to become a dictator. Having its citizens armed was the plain and simple intent of the founding fathers of our country.

  10. Well done, Mr Marshall, for speaking out. The sad thing is the fact that it took a middle management(?) employee to get this whole initiative started.

  11. Bull crap. First Wal-Mart does not listen to it's employees, They will fire you before they listen to you. second they have been cutting back on those sales anyway (a lot of people not happy about it ) the ammo in those shootings were not bought at Wal-Mart they don't sell that type of round or at least most stores don't. Like the weapons' the ammo was owned for some time, not a recent perches. All this does is make more people turn to in home reloading and prevent honest people from buying. A criminal is a criminal laws don't matter to them and if they can't get it in a store then they will probably break into someone's home to get what they want (hope your not there when they do).

  12. It's a little crazy that corporations now have MORE moral fiber than govt. From banning hate speech and the associated antisocial groups that practice it, to ACTING on gun control. Why is in part because they have figured out that the individuals involved are A) a minority 10% or less of Americans and B) they can live without them. Politicians lack this resolve.

  13. Righty’s want their military style weapons for a time when they can no longer win elections and they then start a civil war with democrats/liberals. Meanwhile kids are being shot to death by crazy white guys that love Donald Trump !

  14. Just shows how stupid liberals are. You do know that .223 isn't an 'assault' rifle round? There are plenty of non-semiautomatic rifles that use it. 30-06 isn't an 'assault' rifle round either, yet there are plenty of semi-automatic rifles that use it. So what are libs going to say if a mass shooting is committed with a 12 gauge pump action shotgun and buckshot? High powered rifles and shotguns which were available to the general public for a century in the USA can do just as much damage.

  15. sorry , some corporations are learning that it's not good published publicity to have their customers slaughtered in their Lobby or outside their door ; it looks funny to their bottom line and to Sam Walton's family the greedy corrupt little kids they are. & I have been saying all along if you want to stop any Administration and Surveillance Capitalism stop buying their poison products until they get the hint . why do you think Johnson & Johnson had two lawsuits against them. One for giving women uterine cancer from their talcum powder which they knew about. And Johnson & Johnson's pushing the opioid crisis in Oklahoma which they knew about. and now in several States we have two different lawsuits against the makers of Roundup. Because it gives the parent that uses it and their children three different kinds of cancer. But don't pay any attention to reality… keep buying the garbage they're selling you.

  16. (sarcastic joke) Shocking that Walmart employees weren't marched up to a wall and shoot. For petitioning the continued selling ammunition to mass shooters. Hard to swallow story. When Walmart has in place private jets to move in the day of any reports to organize labor. I hope it's true and not corporate spin control.

  17. I am one in millions who will not shop at Walmart again. So no worries about me bringing my concealed carry weapon in the store. That's one political stunt too many. While you're at it, stop selling baseball bats and butcher blocks. You really don't want to sell the Chicago cutlery set to a would be slasher. Proof that intelligence and wisdom aren't even distant cousins.

  18. I am one in millions who will not shop at Walmart again. So no worries about me bringing my concealed carry weapon in the store. That's one political stunt too many. While you're at it, stop selling baseball bats and butcher blocks. You really don't want to sell the Chicago cutlery set to a would be slasher. Proof that intelligence and wisdom aren't even distant cousins.

  19. I guess they better stop all alcohol sales since alcohol kills more than any gun. I wouldn’t want them to be complicit

  20. I wish somebody would have been carrying in El Paso things might have came out a little bit different. Walmart can't change anything they shut down 5 sporting good stores in my town and along with the main street at of townmaybe some of them sporting good stores and mom and pop businesses can open back up

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