A white supremacist who helped organize the deadly "Unite the Right" rally in Charlottesville has faced intense backlash in the past week. Chris Cantwell was recently featured in a Vice News documentary, proclaiming, "We're not non-violent. We'll f***ing kill these people if we have to." But Cantwell quickly changed his tune after the protest.
In a YouTube video, an emotional Cantwell expressed fear for his life, telling authorities: "I'm armed, I do not want violence with you, alright, I'm terrified, I'm afraid you're going to kill me, I really am. So let's just do this however we need to do it. If I've got to go to jail today, it won't be the f***ing first time."
Cantwell might have thought things couldn't get any worse. But after someone alerted OkCupid that Cantwell had a profile on their dating site, it looks like he'll have to look for love elsewhere.
We were alerted that white supremacist Chris Cantwell was on OkCupid. Within 10 minutes we banned him for life.— OkCupid (@okcupid) August 17, 2017
And well within their legal rights! Isn't the USA wonderful?— Amanda Sugarbaker (@hello_amanda) August 17, 2017
no mention of long walks on the beach by Tiki torch light?— (((Lazear))) (@LazearWasHere) August 17, 2017
It seems that OkCupid may have saved womankind from a disaster waiting to happen. Cantwell even gave online dating tips for women, and they aren't kind.