WALMART: Does Public Shaming on Older American Vet, But Does THIS for Muslim Employee

Screen Shot 2015-12-18 at 10.39.33 AMDouble standard much?

This is one of those stories that will make your blood boil. A man by the name of Lee Young posted a story about the double standards that this Walmart store had for their Veteran employee and their Muslim employee.

The story has already been shared more than 84,000 times on Facebook.

He talks about a greeter at Walmart who had adorned his hat with his military pins:

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So for the past however long I can remember there has been a older gentleman by the name of Val who is a greeter at Walmart. This man is a Veteran and very proud to be. You don’t need to know him or even speak to him, although I thank him for his service every time I see him, because he illustrates his pride through the highly decorated Veteran baseball cap he wears……or….used to wear.

But that all changed one day:

One day I as I walked in I noticed a bright blue Walmart hat on his head with all the military pins that once adorned his wore out faded military cap and I asked him about it. We both had tears in our eyes as I wished him a blessed day and shook his hand before I left. His reply was simple and full of hurt, “corporate will not allow me to wear that hat anymore while on the clock, because it goes against the dress code”. I was so furious that I demanded to talk to a manager that day and I’m sure she will never forget my face or the angry words that I shared with her.

Read more: Clash Daily

share if this bothers you as much as it did me……..Okemos, MichiganIt's long but I promise it's worth the read….

Posted by Lee Young on Sunday, December 13, 2015


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