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Right-wing organizations blackballed by mainstream America following Charlottesville violence

In the wake of their violent protest resulting in three deaths and scores of injuries, many individuals and organizations that overtly support white supremacist and alt-right causes have found the spigots they use to access the outside world being cut off. TPM's Allegra Kirkland writes: PayPal, Patreon, Facebook, Squarespace, Spotify, Google, GoDaddy, Texas A&M University, the University of Florida, a mountain resort in Colorado and Boston’s city leadership are among the companies removing white nationalists’ accounts and institutions canceling their planned events in the wake of violent street clashes that left three people dead and dozens injured on Saturday.
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