“Now found in your local Walmart stores! Global Elites pushing for the NWO (New World Order) which includes one world leader, one world religion, one world currency, and one world government,” she wrote alongside a photo of the t-shirt. “Time to show Walmart what we think! #supportsmallbusiness.”
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She wasn’t done there, however. Even though people tried to set her straigh in the comments, letting her know that the NWO on Walmart’s shirt actually refers to the ever-increasing in size wrestling group that dominated WCW back in the late 1990s, she forged ever onward in delivering her message of freedom for all.
Even more amazing, she wasn’t alone in her anti-NWO fervor.
That IS right in your face, Karen! (I don’t know if her name is really Karen, but it should be, don’t you think?)
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Needless to say, reactions to this nonsensical thread on Twitter were golden.
Yeah and the Legion of Doom is a revelation. Cats and dogs living together. Mass hysteria.— Taylor (@taylorpiner) April 26, 2020
Perhaps I can convince you to buy my One Warrior Nation shirt?— Jarrod Murray (@theofficialword) April 26, 2020
Somebody tried to work a work and worked herself into a shoot. Jabroni mark.— Nick (@OrangeJello23) April 26, 2020