Black Lives Matter T-shirts only matter so much to Walmart.
The retail chain announced Tuesday it will stopping selling a Black Lives Matter shirt on its website after the country’s largest police union demanded its removal and accused the company of “profiting from racial division.”
Walmart plans to nix a shirt and hoodie that said “BULLETPROOF,” with “Black Lives Matter” written under it. The company announced no plans to pull its other Black Lives Matter merchandise.
The shirt will disappear after getting targeted in a letter from the National Fraternal Order of Police, a group that has often clashed with the Black Lives Matter movement.