Last week, while shopping at a Houston area Walmart, a group of U.S. soldiers was berated by another Walmart customer. While they were attempting to go about their business, a man dressed in a yellow shirt and sunglasses began following and harassing them.
“Y’all are over there in other folks’ business and y’all don’t have any rights, y’all ain’t nothing but killers,” the man is heard shouting at the soldiers. He went on to disgustingly claim, “Y’all are over there in other folks’ business and y’all don’t have any rights, y’all ain’t nothing but killers!”
The two soldiers, a man and a woman remained perfectly calm throughout the berating, with one of them saying “If you do feel like America is not the country for you or whatever, then that’s your right, your prerogative, you can do whatever you want, that’s (why) I put my uniform on.”
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Another customer walked up and shook both service members’ hands and told them he appreciates their service.
The man who appeared to initiate the confrontation was led in a different direction by Walmart employees.
In a statement, Walmart said, “We strive to maintain a safe environment and create an enjoyable shopping experience for every customer.”