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White supremacist Chris Cantwell has been been kicked off dating site Ok Cupid following his recent participation in the violent and deadly Charlottesville, Virginia protest. This was not one of them,” Ok Cupid Elie Seidman, CEO of Ok Cupd, said in a statement.
The Daily Stormer’s hate-filled article on Heyer, the woman killed at the rally, went viral on Facebook after it was published, with more than 65,000 shares.
We unequivocally condemn white supremacy, neonazism, or any other group, term, ideology that is based on these beliefs. While we don’t read people’s private servers our Terms of Service explicitly forbid harassment, threatening messages, or calls to violence.
When hatred like this violates our community standards we act swiftly to take servers down and ban individual users.
The “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, ostensibly a protest against the removal of a Confederate monument, drew hate groups that included neo-Nazis, Ku Klux Klan members, white supremacists, and gun-wielding militias.
The rally turned violent shortly after it began on the evening of August 11, when counter-protestors and rally attendees clashed with one another.