Walmart Bans Violent Imagery, But Not Gun Sales

Following shootings at two store locations, Walmart said in an internal memo it would take down all imagery and stop playing videos that depicted violence.

After a mass shooting at a Walmart in El Paso, Texas that left 22 people dead, the company said it would remove all signs, displays or videos that depict violence from its stores in an internal memo.

However, the chain did not say it would stop selling firearms despite pressure from progressives and gun control advocates.

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