OkCupid Permanently Kicks Nazi Off Of Its Service

OkCupid Permanently Kicks Nazi Off Of Its Service
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Updated 10 months ago

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." 

Here's a glimpse into Cantwell's change in demeanor:

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.

OkCupid swiftly banned Cantwell for life:

The decision stirred up emotions on Twitter:

Some people wondered what Cantwell's profile looked like:

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.

So thanks, OkCupid: