While votes are still being counted and the future of the United States hangs in the balance, the people at your aunt's favorite store at the mall have a message for an anxious nation: whatever happens, we must Come Together and shop at The Gap.
The official Twitter account of The Gap posted a picture of a half-blue, half-red hoodie and a message of unity. People on the internet took out their election anxiety on this ripe target, criticizing the post for tone-deafness and falsely advertizing what some might find a cool sweatshirt.
With Trump falsely declaring victory and filing lawsuits to stop votes from being counted, "come together" is very much not the vibe. Fast Company is calling it "the Kendall Jenner Pepsi moment of the 2020 election."