CafePress, the Bay Area-based online retailer, has officially removed from its store what some have deemed offensive t-shirts and stickers that advocated for immigrant hunting.
The items for sale were designed to look like permits to allow people to hunt illegal aliens. The shirts featured this message: "Illegal Alien Hunting Permit: No bag limit -- Tagging Not Required," which some have called racist.
Victor Hoelscher, who is (coincidentally) from Arizona, saw the items and began an online campaign to keep people from partaking in such offensive fashion. "I was able to get the first 100 signatures in a matter of hours, and I didn't even advertise the petition that much," Hoelscher said. "People are sick of xenophobes and companies that advocate violence in this country."