Did Walmart introduce a new line of t-shirts sporting anti-Trump messages and are people starting a boycott over it? No, that's not true: the image purporting to show the shirts was made up by a liberal satire page on Facebook that tries to rile up conservatives and Trump supporters into liking and sharing fake news and possibly boycotting Trump-friendly businesses in the process. The shirts are not real.
The story originated from an image published on September 12, 2018 by a Facebook page titled "America Loves Donald Trump" (archived here) with following comment:
LOCK UP ALL THE WALTONS!! EVEN JOHN-BOY!!
The text on the image read:
Walmart's new shirts could be treason!!
Included are "Trump in crosshairs", "Kill Trump" & "Trump King of the Morons"
Share to start the boycott!!
The t-shirts in the background are crude photoshops and in reality Walmart is selling many Trump-branded clothing items that are pro-Trump as you can see on this page on their website.
The comment about locking up "John-Boy" from the Waltons should also tip you off the image and post are fake. Walmart is indeed owned by the (real) Walton family but "John-Boy" is part of the fictional Waltons from the television show of the same name.
The Waltons (TV Series 1971-1981)
Created by Earl Hamner Jr.. With Jon Walmsley, Mary Beth McDonough, Eric Scott, Judy Norton. The life and trials of a 1930s and 1940s Virginia mountain family through financial depression and World War II.
The Facebook page that initially posted the hoax has this disclaimer on its info-tab:
Nothing on this page is real. It is a collection of the satirical whimsies of liberal trolls masquerading as conservatives. You have been warned.
Don't fall for it!