To Walmart the happiest time of the year, Christmas, means the biggest money making time of the year and anything else associated with the season is just an annoyance to be gotten out of the way.
In Klamath Falls, Oregon last week a group of kids formed a flash mob in front of the cash registers at the Walmart store and began to sing Christmas carols to the customers who were spending their hard-earned money to further enrich the Walton family when they were approached by a store manager and told that if they didn’t leave immediately he was going to call law enforcement to remove them. Merry Christmas and Bah Humbug!
Stacy Kerns, whose daughter was part of the group was recording as they sang for the crowd which seemed to be appreciating the holiday cheer being brought to them by these children and who also seemed shocked at the manager’s actions. Kerns posted the video to her Facebook page with the caption:
“My daughter and Henley Chores were doing a flash mob at our Wal-Mart and the co manager Corrie [sic] told the kids in the middle of the song to leave or they would call law enforcement on the kids. Make this go viral people please!!!!”
Kerns’ Christmas wish was granted. Over 1,000 people have shared her video.