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The aforementioned Cantwell is the infamous white supremacist caught threatening violence against Jews and who was later seen on social media crying in fear of his life.
Within 10 minutes we banned him for life,” the site said shortly before p.m. Cantwell is one of the white supremacist leaders prominently featured in a Vice News documentary that went behind the scenes in Charlottesville the past weekend.“There is no room for hate in a place where you’re looking for love,” Ok Cupid added."We were alerted by another dater on Ok Cupid who had been contacted by Cantwell recently," OKCupid told Elie Seidman, their CEO, told us they felt they had to be open about the decision: "We’ve been public about kicking Cantwell off of Ok Cupid because of our responsibility to be clear about the human values of our community – who we’re for and the kind of person to person interaction we stand for.The formula for this one was easy: 'Nazi or supremacist == bad.'” They also asked users to continue to report "people involved in hate groups." OKCupid isn't the only platform working to keep hate off their app.“Last week, a neo-Nazi media site published an article to their community urging them to call and email our team with harassing statements, given Bumble’s stance towards promoting women’s empowerment.” It called on Bumble users to "ban hateful speech and activities on our platforms".Both dating apps follow in the footsteps of property rental start-up Airbnb permanently banning White supremacists from making reservations and hires.
Cantwell was also widely ridiculed for crying in a You Tube video, after he found out there may be a warrant out for his arrest in Virginia.