When socialists destroy markets, shortages inevitably follow. The current situation in Venezuela is a great example, where just about everything from food to toilet paper has disappeared off store shelves. Rather than take a step back and say, "Wow, our policies sure have created a mess," socialists inevitably blame the shortages they created on private individuals. Nothing says "I am a socialist" like a politician denouncing their citizens for hording.
Here is today's example from the state of New York. New York has totally screwed up its real estate markets by making it nearly impossible to build new housing and putting rent controls on the housing that exists. Which has inevitably led to shortages. Which is of course blamed by politicians on individuals who are "hoarding"
State Assemblywoman Linda Rosenthal, one of the [anti Airbnb] bill's sponsors, disagrees, claiming that it targets "people or companies with multiple listings. There are so many units held by commercial operators, not individual tenants. They are bad actors who horde multiple units, driving up the cost of housing around them and across the city."