Thanks to a recent court filing, we may soon see who's responsible for funding the bigoted neo-nazi bullshit machine we all loathe and know as The Daily Stormer.
According to The Daily Beast, the discovery of who's been buffing up the hate site's coffers could come as a result of a pair of lawsuits currently being leveled against The Daily Stormer's founder, Andrew Anglin. Anglin, who's rumored to be damn near broke, is said to be hiding out in Cambodia in an attempt to live cheap and hide from the nasty liberals determined to keep him from living his simple, hate-filled life.
From The Daily Beast:
Anglin is currently on the run from two lawsuits. One of those lawsuits, by radio host and Daily Beast contributor Dean Obeidallah, accuses Anglin of defamation after The Daily Stormer accused Obeidallah of orchestrating a bombing at a 2017 Ariana Grande concert in England. In a new filing in the case, Obeidallah asked a judge to let him enter a discovery process for Moonbase Holdings, LLC, a shell company The Daily Stormer used to make its financial transactions look more legitimate.
Poor little guy.
While it'd be nice to discover whether there are any big names providing a lion's share of funding to Anglin's website, the real intrigue in all of this could come from the fact that Moonbase Holdings began accepting credit card transactions back in 2017. This would have made it easy for your boss, friends, or next-door neighbors to slip The Daily Stormer cash to fund its white-power horseshit on the sly.
So much for that shield of anonymity.
Image via Pixabay
Three Muslim families were unlawfully forbidden to board an NYC ferry, according to a complaint filed by the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR). The women in the families were wearing traditional Muslim garbs — “hijabs, religious headcover, and long dresses covering their legs and arms for religious purposes.” The families were about to board but […]
A black security guard at Madison West High School in Madison, Wisconsin, asked a student—also black—to stop calling him the n-word. The school fired the security guard, citing its zero-tolerance policy on racial slurs. Marlon Anderson’s Facebook post in which he describes his termination from the Madison School District after working there for 11 years […]
Garrett Hardin's 1968 Science essay "The Tragedy of the Commons" is one of the most widely assigned readings in the past ten years' worth of university syllabi; notionally, it describes how property that is held in common is prone to overuse and exhaustion, while privatization creates an owner who has an incentive to serve as […]
In recent years, natural language processing technology and language translation technology have advanced greatly. The trouble is, language translation software typically comes in the form of apps. And while your mileage may vary on their usefulness, they share one thing in common: a serious drain on the battery for your smartphone, the very thing you’ll […]
Treat yourself, internet: We’ve rounded up some deals from the past week that were too good not to bring back for an encore. Take your pick from home goods, massagers and other tech, all at serious discounts. TREBLAB Z2 Bluetooth 5.0 Noise-Cancelling Headphones Get in the groove and stay that way with these headphones and […]
As cool as your smartphone is, it can’t do everything. When a job requires a little elbow grease, a multitool is a great thing to have around – and might just save your life in the right situation. Here’s a roundup of some of the latest multitool designs, which have come a long way since […]