(Reuters) – Amazon.com Inc announced Monday that it was working to remove some QAnon products from its online marketplace, citing guidelines that prohibit objectionable articles or other inappropriate content.
The world’s largest online retailer checked to see if clothing with QAnon insignia and related books was on sale after QAnon supporters joined the siege of the U.S. Capitol last week that killed five people.
QAnon supporters have fueled social media conspiracies based on web postings of the anonymous “Q” citing inside knowledge of the administration of US President Donald Trump. This includes the unsubstantiated claim that Trump is secretly fighting a cabal of child-like predators, including prominent Democrats and Hollywood figures.
Amazon’s action follows a decision to stop hosting the web content of …