White Supremacist leader Chris Cantwell is now harvesting what he has sown. Because he propagated hate, he is now reaping bans and an arrest warrant. Cantwell has been using the OkCupid platform in searching for a potential mate. But he was already banned for life because his profile was alerted to Match.com which owns the Dating Site.

Cantwell is one of the organizers of the bloody white supremacist rally at Charlottesville, Virginia. After he was identified as one of the rallyists; his account was readily kicked out from the site. According to Fox News, OkCupid released a statement saying that it has no room for hate because what it promotes is love.

Chris Cantwell banned from social media sites and a dating site

Along with his profile, many of his writings on the site were also removed. He wrote "8 Online Dating Tips, for the Ladies” which showed that he was an expert when it comes to dating. Chris Cantwell was also banned from Facebook because it was the social network’s policy not to allow hate messages. Cantwell’s hate messages were violations of the platform’s terms of service. Instagram also banned him.

But more heavy consequences resulted to the Charlottesville rally. In a video, the white supremacist informed that a warrant for arrest was already issued to him as per his information. The YouTube video posted showed him crying for his life.

He revealed that he has already inquired from the Charlottesville Police Department regarding the warrant, but they did not confirm it New York Post reports.

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Cantwell admitted that he is terrified if the arrest will materialize because he will surely be killed.

The Charlottesville rally’s real intention is to preserve the Lee statue and unite white nationalists

The Charlottesville rally at the University of Virginia on August 11-12, 2017 was bloody and very violent that claimed three lives and wounded 38 others. The protesters opposed the removal of the statue of Robert E. Lee from the Emancipation Park (formerly known as the Lee Park). The renaming of the park was declared as one of the reasons for the protest according to protest leader Jason Kessier. Another leader Nathan Damigo said that it is intended to unite white supremacist factions.

Before the August rally, some rallies have transpired in May and July of this year to protest the plan to remove Lee’s statue. The most recent where Chris Cantwell was identified as organizer revealed that hate and violence have already crept into the lives of the normal American.