Unless you've been living under a rock these last few days, you know that a Canton, Ohio Walmart has been under fire after setting up a holiday food drive for its employees.
The drive's been receiving national press, and after lots of hootin' and hollarin', Walmart's employees finally spoke out saying the drive's all about employees supporting one another.
But many people aren't satisfied with that answer and have been pointing fingers at Walmart, the multi-billion dollar corporate company, for not paying its workers enough.
Hollywood's Ashton Kutcher is among them.
He recently took to Twitter to express his displeasure with the company. By the looks of his tweet *favorites* and re-tweets, many Americans are with him.
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