Walmart makes changes following El Paso shooting

Walmart has responded to the recent shooting in El Paso, Texas by removing "signing and displays referencing violence" in their El Paso store, particularly with regards to video games demos, hunting videos, and any signage that references combat. "We've taken this action out of respect for the incidents of the past week," Walmart spokeswoman Tara House says. "And this action does not reflect a long-term change in our video game assortment." What the store hasn't done, is stop selling firearms, although it stopped seling assault rifles back in 2015 after the Sandy Hook massacre. Source: The Daily Grind

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