Pics: Walmart stores packed despite pathetic efforts of union organizers

Pics: Walmart stores packed despite pathetic efforts of union organizers!/KerryPicket/status/271807602118258688

Big Labor and supporters of the Black Friday walkout at Walmart stores are all about “solidarity” with allegedly abused employees of the retailer.

We’re thankful for #solidarity. Stand with #WalmartStrikers tomorrow in your area: #1u #p2 #thanksgiving

— SEIU (@SEIU) November 22, 2012

RT @thenewdeal: #Retweet If You Stand with #WalmartStrikers in Their Nationwide Black Friday Strike #WalkOutOnWalmart #BlackFriday #p2

— UFCW (@UFCW) November 23, 2012

To all the strikers from Wal-Mart. I stand with you in solidarity. You’re in my prayers. I admire your courage. #walkoutonwalmart

— Shaun Gains (@ShaunGains) November 23, 2012

I hope the #WalkoutOnWalmart is going strong! #Solidarity

— BRSinIL (@BRSinIL) November 23, 2012

DON’T CROSS A PICKET LINE! Video ppl turning around in solidarity w Walmart workers’ fight for fair wages/conditions! Black Friday strike!

— ThingsThatMakeUGoHm(@KaylaWildflower) November 23, 2012

But all that social media solidarity doesn’t seem to be hurting Walmart’s sales. Despite the best efforts of leftists like Robert Reich to convince shoppers to boycott the retail giant, the Christmas shopping season looks like it’s off to a great start at Walmart stores.

Wal-Mart: 22M+ customers served since opening stores last night, with 10M register transactions and 5,000 items/sec. processed at peak time.

— CNBC (@CNBC) November 23, 2012

Walmart was packed and people were going crazy for DVD players ;o…

— December 1st c: (@ItsThatOneEric) November 23, 2012

meanwhile in Walmart.. this crowd is over some damn $2 DVDs 😹…

— that HighGirl (@that_HighGirl) November 23, 2012

Crazy Black Friday ! #walmart

— Derek Jordan! (@laughingsense91) November 23, 2012

This line at walmart #rollbacktimes #blackfriday

— Phin(Hoop ★)Jacques™ (@BallisAboveAll) November 23, 2012

Soooo many people #walmart#black#friday#crowd#crazy#people#deals

— almarie joyce (@ajaylove15) November 23, 2012

Sorry, union organizers. Better luck next year.

Only 26 protests occurred at stores last night and many of them did not include any Walmart associates:

— Walmart Newsroom (@WalmartNewsroom) November 23, 2012


Walmart estimates no more than 50 workers walked out on their jobs on Black Friday. Heckuva job, unions!

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