An worker of a contracting firm that gives safety with the San Diego Metropolitan Transit System was fired from his job over social media movies that appeared to reference the Jan. 6 riots on the U.S. Capitol.
Allied Common, a safety firm contracted by some native authorities organizations like MTS, confirmed the movies had been posted by one in every of their staff.
Allied Common mentioned the movies posted to social media by the worker weren’t in step with their “values and firm insurance policies and this worker can be separated from Allied Common.”
The person additionally posted movies displaying himself making what gave the impression to be killing gestures whereas referencing the far-left militant group, antifa. Some posts additionally used hashtags referencing a far-right extremist group.
The movies first gained traction on Twitter after they had been posted on Jan. 11 by a person known as “The Activated Podcast,” who believed the person to be a San Diego regulation enforcement officer.
Web sleuths rapidly situated and recognized the person as an MTS safety guard and contacted the San Diego company, who mentioned it was investigating the matter.
MTS on Tuesday advised NBC 7, “the person in query is employed as an MTS contractor by Allied Common Safety. He’ll now not be allowed to work on any MTS property.”
Allied Common confirmed he was now not employed by their safety firm the next day.