Customers, employees skeptical of claim that “plumbing” is reason for shutting down five stores for six months

Employees and customers are not buying Walmart’s explanation that it is closing five nationwide stores for six months due to “plumbing” issues, with questions swirling about the sudden closures that left hundreds of workers unemployed.

Employees and customers are not buying Walmart’s explanation that it is closing five nationwide stores for six months due to “plumbing” issues, with questions swirling about the sudden closures that left hundreds of workers unemployed.

Customers there also thought that the “plumbing” explanation sounded dubious, with one employee relating how she had asked about the issue in a meeting. “They would not give me an exact answer to anything,” she told NewsOn6.

The city of Tulsa also denied that any plumbing permit applications from Walmart had been received.

ABC Action News reported that, “None of the five affected stores have sought any plumbing permits for future repairs.”

“I think it’s a lie, I think it’s something else,” another shopper said in reaction to the closure of the Pico Rivera Walmart.

A Walmart official at another closed store in Midland, Texas denied that the closure was a method of trimming highly paid employees, who earn $14-an-hour.

Footage shot at the Walmart in Livingston, Texas shows shelves being emptied before the closure of the store.

Watch the video below for a summary of all the closures.

Written by Paul Joseph Watson
Infowars

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