The hashtag “BoycottWalmart” began trending on Twitter after a conservative commentator and political analyst discovered the popular supermarket chain was selling “Impeach Trump” and “Impeach 45” shirts.

Ryan Fournier, an advocate for President Donald Trump, discovered Walmart selling an array of clothing and merchandise which called for the impeachment of the 45th president of the United States. He posted a screenshot of the controversial clothing on Twitter.

Soon his discovery went viral, with people tweeting in outrage against Walmart.

One Twitter user wrote: “@Walmart as of this day you have lost me as a consumer. What an idiotic thing to do by putting impeach 45 clothing on your website. The very idea that you have decided to convicted someone without due process is astounding. #boycottWalmart”

“Someone should come out with arrest 44 t-shirt, I would buy it RT @marklutchman: JUST IN: Walmart is now selling Impeach 45 baby clothes on their website. Anyone else willing to #BoycottWalmart? I know I am,” another user said.

“@Walmart @WalmartNewsroom @WalmartToday Pull the products/clothes that say 'Impeach 45' NOW! #UnAmerican! You insult half of American voters. We will protest your stores & spread the news about your hatred of @POTUS. #BoycottWalMart #ProtestWalmart” tweeted yet another user.

The following are a few other reactions from people on social media:

An assessment of the online Walmart store showed selling shirts that favored the impeachment of Trump wasn’t part of an agenda to cater to one particular political group. This is due to the fact that Walmart also sold “Donald Trump For President” shirts alongside the anti-Trump attire.

Apart from those, Walmart also sells “Donald Trump Shirt Superman 2016”, “Trump 2016 Don't Just Hope for Change Vote For It” and “Donald Trump Make America Great Again 2016 Presidential Campaign” t-shirts.

That does not mean that Walmart has never gone wrong with its selection of products. Back in December 2016, the e-commerce site had to remove a range of “Black Lives Matter” clothing from its store after the National Fraternal Order of Police, (NFOP) a police advocacy group, complained and accused Walmart of “profiting from racial division.”

The following is the screenshot of the letter sent to Walmart by the NFOP:

The line of clothing, sold by a third party manufacturer on, which stirred up controversy at the time were merchandize containing the caption “Bulletproof — Black Lives Matter.”

“Like other online retailers, we have a marketplace with millions of items offered by third parties that includes Blue Lives Matter, Black Lives Matter and All Lives Matter merchandise. After hearing concerns from customers, we are removing the specific item with the ‘bulletproof’ reference,” a Walmart spokesman told Fortune in a statement.

According to Fortune, big retailers like Walmart will often be seen selling merchandize, manufactured in bulk by third party brands, which might be objectionable to a chunk of its customers.