Dating alt

The alt-right figurehead, perhaps most notable for his role in perpetuating the Pizzagate conspiracy theory, was kicked off the dating app, Bumble, earlier this afternoon.

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And yes I agree with Yang, that it also makes me want to vomit.

For obvious reasons I am sure I do not need to spell out why this is weird, disgusting yet intriguing at the same time.

It’s only a couple of minutes of chat to start with, but that in life spark between friends or people in a relationship can’t be replicated online.

This is going to be massive; we’re co-running it as a fundraiser for Limerick School of Art and Design LGBTQ Society, Out in UL Society and Limerick Pride.

Make new friends in a fun way, and who knows, you may find that special someone.

It will be run as a fundraiser where all the proceeds will go to Limerick Pride, Out in UL & Limerick School of Art & Design LGBT Society.

It all started when Twitter user Lindsey Ledford, a cybersecurity engineer, posted the below tweet.

Having your account on a dating site exposed is already tough enough for the average gentlemen, but it becomes much more difficult when you have the visibility of the guy who allegedly planted a “Rape Melania” sign at an anti-Trump rally to create a conservative outrage story, and who had Papa John’s cater his wedding rehearsal dinner when they briefly became the so-called official pizza of the alt right.

UPDATE: A representative from Bumble has confirmed that Pobosiec has been removed from the platform.

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