Partly because Twitter knows the new feature has the potential to be a misinformation nightmare.
Several members and a recruit to the neo-Nazi terror group the Base described the Proud Boys as part of the journey into far-right extremism.
"When you see one in public, get in their face. do not give them any peace," he posted on a social media platform popular with the alt-right.
Despite the British brand's strong cultural legacy, it continues to be picked up by facist groups who oppose the brand's inclusiveness.
The Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe said that the emails, which were designed to make it look like they came from the far-right group Proud Boys, were "desperate attempts by desperate adversaries.”
The video, included in emails spoofed to be from the ‘Proud Boys,’ shows an alleged hacker obtaining voter data and using it to print a ballot, but the scheme is unlikely to be successful.
The emails, which read 'Vote for Trump or else!' have been delivered to Democratic voters using Estonian internet infrastructure.
Some critics say the Canadian Armed Forces have been too lenient on members holding far-right views.
Retailers like Amazon, Teespring, and Ebay are taking down Proud Boys merch emblazoned with a catch phrase coined by President Trump.
Alan Swinney was seen brandishing a firearm during protest clashes in an Aug. 22 photo that went viral.
White nationalists have embraced Trump's "Stand back and stand by" remark as a slogan and are celebrating what they see as a direct endorsement from the president.