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Hyatt Hotels received a call from a Muslim social justice organization demanding that it cancel its agreement to host ACT for America’s annual conference in early September.

In the wake of recent online banishments of personalities and organizations deemed “hateful” by progressives via liberal pressure campaigns, Muslim Advocates wants the Hyatt Regency in Crystal City to cease being ACT for America’s host site this year.

The article goes on to state the following:

Muslim Advocates compared ACT for America to Richard Spencer’s white supremacist group that was banned from several hotel meeting sites last year.

The Hyatt rejected the call to cancel the agreement, according to a press statement sent to the Huffington Post back in February.

“The hotel does not unlawfully discriminate against groups who wish to hold lawful meetings at the hotel,” Derrick Morrow, area vice president and general manager at the Hyatt Regency Crystal City said.

Morrow added, “The views and opinions expressed by hotel guests or groups do not necessarily reflect those of the hotel, its owners or colleagues.”

ACT for America is an organization founded and chaired by Brigitte Gabriel. The upcoming conference includes speakers like Republican Texas Rep. Louie Gohmert, Lt. General Thomas McInerney, Republican Texas Rep. Brian Babin, Republican Pennsylvania Rep. Lou Barletta, Republican New York Rep. Peter King and former Navy SEAL Lt. Jason Redman.

“It’s deeply troubling that a major company like Hyatt would so grossly misstate its civil rights obligations,” said Public Advocacy Director for Muslim Advocates Scott Simpson. “Hyatt is trying to turn civil rights law on its head in order to justify hosting a group dedicated to advancing bigotry. While Airbnb and other major hotel chains have declined to host events by hate group, Hyatt is making an active choice to associate with this ideology. ”

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Huffington Post is taking the side of the Muslim organization, calling ACT for America a “hate group.”

2 COMMENTS

  1. So the Muslims don’t mind discrimination going on as long as it is against people and groups they don’t like. Well, that’s not how the law works in America. And now we see how Muslims really don’t understand our constitutional law. The law applies to everyone and can’t be cherry picked. Leave it to them and they would have us throw out our constitution just because it says things they don’t like. They sound like the liberals. Burn the books, censor the voices they don’t like, discriminate freely except against themselves. Yep. A bunch of ignorant people. Each generation of Americans must fight to uphold the principles of America. Otherwise, immigrants will try to bring their own version to America’s shores and eventually our way of life would be diluted, twisted into the mummery these immigrants have back in their own country which they are fleeing. Immigrants must learn what America is all about. After all, they wanted to come here. So abide by our laws and you will be accepted. Don’t, and we would like you to go back to your country. You came here to be an American. So be an American. Learn our laws, our history.

  2. Once again because someone has a different opinion than this group they must be advancing bigotry and racism according to them. Good for Hyatt Hotels, glad to see they have some common sense and are not caving to the liberal activist groups who themselves are promoting hate and bigotry by trying to ban other groups they disagree with.

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