Amazon, PayPal Cut Ties With Extreme Right Group Proud Boys

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Amazon and PayPal are distancing themselves from the far-right extremist group the Proud Boys, which has been involved in violent clashes at political demonstrations and has been labeled a hate group.

Buzzfeed News reported that Amazon had removed merchandise from its marketplace promoting the Proud Boys after the news outlet contacted the company.

A spokesperson for PayPal confirmed to The Hill that it also had removed the Proud Boys from its platform, as well as the group’s founder, Gavin McInnes, and three antifascist groups.

 

Read more at The Hill.

{Matzav.com}

2 COMMENTS

  1. I saw a video of these guys being physically attacked by a bunch of “anti” (actually real) fascists, where they successfully defended themselves, and rearranged some antifa’s faces in the course of their self defense. This Proud Boys group is non racist and non discriminatory in any way. Their platform is defence of the Western World values from the onslaught of liberal-fascists. There’s no excuse for Amazon and PayPal to use their unfair advantage to force their perverted liberal-fascist ideology. It’s time to use the antitrust laws, President Trump. Break up the liberal monopoly choke-hold on the internet.

  2. I’m surprised that no one has mentioned the Proud Boys – Israel chapter. While they don’t come across as yeshiva bochrim, they clearly bear no ill will towards Jews or Israel. Quite the opposite.

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