The Walmart protesters in Houston have been known to yell, curse, and curse and even make obscene gestures and gestures of violence at employees who are protesting the company’s policies on organics and other organic products.

The protesters are also known to taunt customers with obscenities, such as “I hate Walmart” and “Walmart sucks.”

But according to a Walmart spokesperson, the protests have been peaceful and are intended to protest the company for not paying their employees enough.

“Our goal has always been to offer a fair and compassionate wage, and this is the first time that we’ve had a customer protest against us, and it’s an opportunity to engage customers on how they feel about the company,” Walmart spokesperson Andrea Smith told ABC News.

Smith said that the protesters have been protesting the store’s treatment of its organic employees for a year.

“The goal has been to get the message out to our customers that our organic workforce deserves a fair wage,” Smith said.

“We’ve had many complaints that we haven’t paid our workers enough.

This is just the latest example of the company being unfair.”

The Walmart protesters are calling for an end to the company enforcing its organics policy that requires stores to pay employees at least $10 per hour, and that includes overtime.

Smith said that it has been the company “working closely” with the Department of Labor to address the issue.

The department has also asked Walmart to allow workers to earn extra pay for extra hours worked, but Smith said there are still many outstanding issues.

“They haven’t responded to any of those demands,” Smith told Fox News.

“They’ve not even said they’re listening to us,” Smith added.

“It’s just been a frustrating process.

The protesters in the Houston protest are also calling for a federal investigation into the Walmart policies. “

As we have been working with the department, we’ve made a lot of progress on some of those issues, but we still have a lot to do.”

The protesters in the Houston protest are also calling for a federal investigation into the Walmart policies.

“This is the beginning of the end of Walmart,” protester Michael Foy told Fox.

“I don’t think that we’re going to see another Walmart store in the United States.

This whole situation is really, really sickening.”