Teenage students in Chicago used the nationwide anti-gun ‘Walk out’ to shamelessly trash and loot a neighborhood Walmart; running wild throughout the store as the country marked a 17-minute moment of silence to remember the victims of the Parkland, Florida school shooting.
According to Fox Chicago, the local students randomly attacked the megastore as they walked out of their vocational high school in Chicago’s South Side; writing “Chicago students who walked out of school on Wednesday to demand action on gun violence ended up going to a nearby Walmart and trashing the place.”
BUT WHY?? Chicago students who walked out of school on Wednesday to demand action on gun violence ended up going to a nearby Walmart and trashing the place. https://t.co/Z6ZhGPZYMo pic.twitter.com/kSW1QOU1jk
— FOX 32 News (@fox32news) March 16, 2018
The incident appeared on social media within minutes, with users outraged the students would use the nationwide ‘walk out’ to attack a neighborhood chain; mirroring similar incidents throughout the country as rampaging students attacked police vehicles and tore American flags from their posts.