Amazon and Walmart are both, again, selling St. Patrick's Day products that some Irish American deem offensive and stereotypical
With St. Patrick's Day 2020 less than 50 days away, people all around the world will soon be flocking to major retailers in hopes of finding the perfect bit o' green to wear on March 17.

However, as in years past, retailers are continuing to sell products that play into offensive and demeaning stereotypes against Irish people, despite protests and boycotts from Irish Americans.
This year is no different. The Ancient Order of Hibernians, the oldest and largest Irish Catholic organization in the US, as well as singular activists, have already reached out to IrishCentral expressing their continued concern about such products.

AOH launches a petition against Amazon's "F*ck St. Patrick's Day" shirts

Neil Cosgrove, National Antidefamation Chair for the Ancient Order of Hibernians, penned an open letter to Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos regarding the sale of "F*ck St. Patrick's Day" t-shirts that are available on the website.
After the open letter was issued, the AOH launched an online petition to rally further support against the sale of the offensive shirts. The AOH’s petition, which was launched on January 22, has received 1533 signatures as of January 26.