This is America, land of the free commerce, but Walmart is somehow under fire after Trump supporters got in a tizzy after discovering “Impeach 45” tees were being sold on the superstore’s website.

All we want to know is how soon can we get one?

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Big mad conservative consumers started a #BoycottWalmart hashtag on Twitter, claiming that the store is in support of impeaching President Donald Trump, whose racist immigration policies has ignited nationwide protests and sent migrant babies to live in jail-like cells without their mommas.

What’s the problem with these tee shirts again?

And while Trump supporters are in an uproar over the Impeach 45 apparel, they must have forgotten that Walmart is a business and also sells a plethora of “Make America Great Again” hats, tee-shirts and cups to drink their haterade from.

According to the International Business Times, Ryan Fournier, chairman of the group Students for Trump, found the clothing item in the website and was the first to report it.

“What kind of message are you trying to send?” he tweeted.

“I didn’t want to believe it. So I searched myself,” another user wrote. “This is despicable. All American Walmart? Im (sic) out!!!”

There are a few companies selling Impeach 45 apparel, including the company Old Glory. The merchandise is still being sold as of Tuesday.

While we don’t see the problem, neither does thrifty ballers like Shaq who back in March shared a story about how he dropped $70,000 at the store in just one visit, making history as having the highest purchase in Walmart’s history.

Can we get Shaq to purchase a few of those shirts for Auntie Maxine Waters who chanted “Impeach 45!” to a crowd over the weekend.

The fiery Congresswoman is fired up and fighting back, and launched a scorching clapback against Donald Trump while shaking a fist at those who made threats against her life urging them to “shoot straight” at an immigration rally on Saturday, reports The Hill.

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“I know that there are those who are talking about censuring me, talking about kicking me out of Congress, talking about shooting me, talking about hanging me,” Waters told the crowd in Los Angeles.

“All I have to say is this, if you shoot me you better shoot straight, there’s nothing like a wounded animal.”

Waters has been the target of vicious threats on her life after Trump targeted her online following her speech to supporters urging them to confront members of his administration over his racist policies.