Multiple people were removed from a Miami Marlins baseball game on Tuesday night after they hung signs in support of the Proud Boys and former President TrumpDonald TrumpTrump announces new social media network called 'TRUTH Social' Virginia State Police investigating death threat against McAuliffe Meadows hires former deputy AG to represent him in Jan. 6 probe: report MORE.
Talk show host Andy Slater posted photos of the signs to Twitter on Wednesday.
JUST IN: Trump and Proud Boys signs were displayed in outfield at Marlins game tonight.— Andy Slater (@AndySlater) June 9, 2021
One person was removed from the ballpark, I’m told.
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One of the banners read "Trump Won - Take Back America," while the other said "Proud Boys Did Nothing Wrong - Free All Political Prisoners 1/6/21."
A Marlins spokesperson confirmed to a local NBC News affiliate station that at least five people were removed from the stadium after unfurling the signs, which violated its rules on banner size.
According to the rules, banners are not allowed to "exceed 3'x5' in size" and "MUST be baseball related."
The spokesperson also said that it was unclear how the people were able to get the banners into the stadium as the ballpark's policy also requires the use of clear bags, NBC News reported.
A fan was kicked out of Fenway Park during a Boston Red Sox game on Monday after displaying a banner that read "Trump Won Save America."