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Employees At A Walmart In California Staged A Walkout On Wednesday And Called For The Corporation To Stop Selling Firearms, Just Days After Two Mass Shootings In El Paso, Texas, And Dayton, Ohio, Clai
Employees at a Walmart in California staged a walkout on Wednesday and called for the corporation to stop selling firearms, just days after two mass shootings in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio, claimed the lives of 31 people. 
Thomas Marshall, a manager in Walmart`s San Bruno, California, e-commerce office, organized the walkout. 
He also urged other employees to sign a Change.org petition demanding Walmart pull its firearms from shelves. 
`In light of these recent tragedies -- a mere snapshot of the gun violence epidemic plaguing the United States -- and in response to Corporate`s inaction, we as employees are organizing several days of action, to protest Walmart`s profit from the sale of firearms and ammunition,` the petition reads. 
The petition, which was created by Marshall and another colleague reads: `We value Walmart and our fellow associates, but we are no longer willing to contribute our labor to a company that profits from the sale of deadly weapons.
`We would like to see Walmart take a unified and public stance against guns and gun violence.`
Employees at a Walmart in California staged a walkout on Wednesday and called for the company to stop selling firearms, just days after two mass shootings in El Paso and Dayton killed 31. Workers are seen paying their respects at a makeshift memorial in El Paso 
Thomas Marshall, a manager in Walmart`s San Bruno, California, e-commerce office, organized the walkout. He also urged other employees to sign a Change.org petition demanding Walmart to pull its firearms from shelves (file image)
Following the shootings, several people have protested Walmart for still selling guns. This protest was held in front of the Heron Bay Walmart in Florida on Saturday
Following the shootings, Walmart ordered workers to remove video game signs and displays that depict violence from stores nationwide.
In an internal memo, the retailer told employees to remove any violent marketing material, unplug Xbox and PlayStation consoles that show violent video games and turn off any violence depicted on screens in its electronics departments.
Employees also were asked to shut off hunting season videos in the sporting goods department where guns are sold. 
`Remove from the salesfloor or turn off these items immediately,` the memo said.
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Share Walmart will still sell the violent video games and hasn`t made any changes to its gun sales policy, despite pressure from workers, politicians and 릴게임 activists to do so.
`We`ve taken this action out of respect for the incidents of the past week,` Walmart spokeswoman Tara House said in an email. She declined to answer any questions beyond the statement.
But Marshall says that`s not enough. `That is a non-answer and a non-solution,` Marshall said. 
His petition has more than 63,000 signature and it has been emailed to Walmart CEO Doug McMillon.  
Following the shootings, Walmart ordered workers to remove video game signs and displays that depict violence from stores nationwide. Flowers and candles are left at a makeshift memorial for victims from the El Paso mass shooting 
Walmart CEO Doug McMillon said the company `will be thoughtful and deliberate in our responses`. People are seen joining hands and praying during a vigil after the El Paso shooting 
Detractors panned the move as an empty gesture aimed at deflecting criticism rather than solving a problem. Demonstrators from March For Our Lives are joined by members of the community to protest Walmart 
Detractors also panned the move as an empty gesture aimed at deflecting criticism rather than solving a problem. 
After the massacre at the El Paso Walmart, McMillon said the company `will be thoughtful and deliberate in our responses`.
After the mass shooting at a Parkland, Florida, high school last year, Walmart Inc banned sales of firearms and ammunition to people younger than 21. 
It had stopped selling AR-15s and other semi-automatic weapons in 2015, citing weak sales.
President Donald Trump blamed `gruesome and grisly video games` for encouraging violence last Monday, but there is no known link between violent video games and violent acts.
The El Paso massacre was followed by another shooting hours later in Dayton, Ohio, that killed nine people.
The US has had 254 mass shootings - instances of four or more people being shot in individual outbreaks - in 2019, according to the Gun Violence Archive. That`s more mass shootings than days so far this year.
Scott Galloway, a marketing professor at New York University, said the move to hide violent imagery in stores was `a cheap attempt to distract consumers and the media from the real issue, which is, Walmart continues to sell guns`.
Social media users slammed the move, too, and #BoycottWalmart was trending Friday on Twitter.
The El Paso massacre was followed by another shooting hours later in Dayton, Ohio, that killed nine people. Anti-Trump demonstrators are seen in the Oregon District protesting the president`s arrival to the city on August 7
Other companies have made changes after the shootings. ESPN postponed the airing of an esports competition for 릴게임 shooting game `Apex Legends`, and NBC Universal pulled some ads for its upcoming movie `The Hunt`. Mourners are seen outside the Ned Peppers Bar in Dayton 
Other companies have made changes after the shootings. ESPN postponed the airing of an eSports competition for shooting game `Apex Legends`. 
And NBC Universal pulled some ads for its upcoming movie `The Hunt,` which depicted characters hunting and shooting at each other.
The killings have put the country on edge.
On Thursday, panicked shoppers fled a Walmart in Springfield, Missouri, after a man carrying a rifle and wearing body armor walked around the store before being stopped by an off-duty firefighter.
No shots were fired and the man was arrested after surrendering.
On Friday, Massachusetts Sen Elizabeth Warren, a Democrat running for president, blasted Walmart in a tweet.
`The weapons they sell are killing their own customers and employees. No profit is worth those lives. Do the right thing -stop selling guns,` she wrote.
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