Sen. Josh Hawley, a Republican from Missouri, tweeted Wednesday that he would raise objections when Congress certified the results of the Electoral College on January 6, citing election fraud and interference in the election by “super-large enterprises” such as Facebook and Twitter, which he believes Enterprises are biased towards Biden.
According to the Hill on the 30th, although there is no conclusive evidence of fraud in the election, Hawley and at least one representative’s opposition to the election results allows the House and Senate to debate and vote on the matter.
Subsequently, the Wal-Mart account replied to the tweet, “Go ahead and let you debate for two hours”, and also used the tag “sore loser” to describe Holly.
Holly then tweeted back: “Thank you Wal-Mart for the insulting arrogance. Now that you have insulted 75 million Americans, can you apologize for the use of slave labor? “Or you’d like to apologize for the sad salary you’ve given to your employees, and for squeezing your home store to survive.”
Wal-Mart’s account then deleted the tweet attacking Holly and pushed Holly to apologize, saying that an employee of the company’s social media team wrongly posted the tweet, and Wal-Mart did not intend to comment on the vote result of the congressional certified electoral college.