GoDaddy Bans Nazi Website Daily Stormer After Charlottesville, Va., Victim Post


GoDaddy no longer wants to host the Daily Stormer on its servers. The known white supremacist site angered the hosting company after it posted a defamatory post mocking the death and appearance of Heather Heyer, the woman killed at the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Va., on Saturday.


On Sunday, GoDaddy posted on Twitter that it was cutting ties with the site after activist Amy Siskind tweeted the article to their account.

It was this post, not the thousands of other posts that contain hate speech, that prompted GoDaddy to issue a terms-of-service violation and demand that Daily Stormer find another provider within 24 hours, according to AZ Central.

The Daily Stormer, which was created by Andrew Anglin, has touted praise of Donald Trump and refers to him as “Glorious Leader” and “Humble Philosopher.” One has to wonder why it took GoDaddy almost four years to discover that the site has always been a terms-of-service violator.

I guess writing things on the site like, “Get all of these monkeys the hell out of our country—now! Heil Donald Trump—THE ULTIMATE SAVIOR” just wasn’t that big a violation.

Bye, Kinja! It's been fun (occasionally).


Non Sleeping Giant

This is great news! They finally drew the line with that white victim being treated like shit. Good on GoDaddy!

Great *ahem* news.

Hey, wait a fucking minute...