The company confirmed to Fox News that Airbnb has canceled the reservation of the so-called far-right group “Pride Boys” in Washington, DC this weekend, which was held at the “Million MAGA March” and “Stop Theft” pro-Trump rally It was done before. Friday.
The reservation of the alleged “Proud Boy” member was revealed in a series of social media posts earlier this week, in which a person who appeared to be the man wrote that he had booked a “Walk of Million MAGA” through Airbnb. Distance” apartment. procession. ”
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After sharing his post on Twitter, another person reposted the tweet, asking if Airbnb would support “far-right extremists and Proud Boys using your platform to participate in the “Million MAGA March”.
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Airbnb responded that it not only found and cancelled bookings, but also further prohibited users from accessing the platform.
The tweet said: “Anyone connected to a hate group has no place on Airbnb.”
The company responded similarly to the man’s reservation.
On Friday, an Airbnb spokesperson also pointed out the company’s “community standards” to Fox News, which states: “In this community, dangers including terrorists, organized crime groups, and violent racist groups are not welcome. Member of the organization.”
The Southern Poverty Law Center regards the “Proud Boys” as a “hate group” and calls them members of “self-proclaimed “Western chauvinists”. They firmly deny any connection with racist “alternative rights” and insist that they are just spreading “Against political correctness” and “against white inner gui” agenda.”
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At the same time, it is expected that Saturday’s rally will attract a large number of people to the US capital.
On Friday, President Trump tweeted about the incident and said that he “can even try to stop and say hello.”
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He wrote: “It’s great to see all the huge support, especially the organic rally that has sprung up across the country, including the big rally in Washington on Saturday.”
White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany told Fox & Friends on Thursday that she expects Saturday’s “March of Million MAGA” to have a “very high” turnout.
She said: “People want to show up and hear their voices.”