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White nationalist website banished by host GoDaddy after vile post about Charlottesville victim Heather Heyer

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A white nationalist website was told by hosting company GoDaddy to find a new home after the managing editor posted a vile column about Charlottesville victim Heather Heyer.

The 32-year old Heyer was killed on Saturday in Charlottesville after she was mowed down by a car driven by neo-Nazi James Alex Fields Jr. 19 other were also injured in the vehicular attack.

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Sunday morning, Daily Stormer editor Andrew Anglin posted an attack on Heyer under the headline, “Heather Heyer: Woman Killed in Road Rage Incident was a Fat, Childless 32-year Old Slut.”

Notified of the offensive post, website hosting company GoDaddy informed Anglin on Twitter to find a new home within 24 hours before they pulled the plug.

“We informed The Daily Stormer that they have 24 hours to move the domain to another provider, as they have violated our terms of service,” GoDaddy said on its official Twitter page.

(Raw Story has not included a link to the post to avoid giving the Daily Stormer any traffic. We have included a screenshot of the offensive post below.)

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Trump evangelicals abandoned the Sermon on the Mount and replaced it with the ‘Trumpian order’: Historian Jon Meacham

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In an op-ed for the New York Times this Tuesday, historian Jon Meacham discusses the state of Christianity in America during the age of Donald Trump. He points out that Christianity, especially in the hands of Trump-supporting evangelicals, has lost its moral authority in the eyes of many Americans. Understandable, since the hero of millions of Christians "has used the National Prayer Breakfast to mock the New Testament injunction to love one’s enemies."

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Devin Nunes’ income called into question as watchdog asks for investigation of his finances

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According to a report from the Fresno Bee,the non-partisan Campaign Legal Center is requesting a federal investigation into whether U.S. Representative Devin Nunes (R-CA) is receiving legal services in violation of House ethics rules.

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$1,750+ ticket prices for South Carolina debate spark outrage

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"I think it speaks to the fundamental, endemic corruption of the Democratic Party establishment that you had to pay... multiple thousands of dollars to get into that room."

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