The doxxing of white supremacists who rallied to protect a statue of a loser general continues, to their shock. In turn, some of them are beginning to see consequences.
Twitter account @YesYoureRacist has been circulating photos of rally attendees who boldly eschewed the tradition of wearing a hood when one gathers in a mob to express vile ideology. Viral screaming racist Peter Cvjetanovic has already been exposed and reportedly regrets that he is getting attention, but that’s about all he does regret.
The New York Post reports that another of his racist compatriots, Cole White, has been fired from his job working at a Berkeley restaurant called Top Dog:
An employee at the restaurant also confirmed to the local paper, Berkeley Side, that he is no longer employed there. (Jezebel has also reached out to the restaurant to confirm and will update with any response.)
On a similar note, web-hosting company GoDaddy told neo-Nazi website The Daily Stormer that it had 24 hours to move its content to another provider after they published a horrendous post (among many horrendous posts) about Heather Heyer, who was killed on Saturday when white supremacist James Alex Fields Jr. drove his car into a crowd of peaceful counter-protestors. The post was titled “Heather Heyer: Woman Killed in Road Rage Incident was a Fat, Childless 32-Year-Old Slut.”
The Guardian reports that following GoDaddy’s announcement, a message appeared on The Daily Stormer suggesting the site had been hacked by Anonymous. However, one of the biggest Twitter accounts associated with Anonymous, YourAnonNews, suggests that the message was probably posted by The Daily Stormer itself:
According to the Independent, the message from alleged Anonymous members says it will shut down the site in 24 hours, which is exactly the amount of time allotted to them by GoDaddy. The site still has all of its other posts up, including links to places where readers can send money to fight the “Jewish terrorists” who want to shut them down. In the meantime, The Daily Stormer has attempted to get a domain on Google, but that registration has been rejected.
This post has been updated.