Looks like white nationalist and alt-right media personality Faith Goldy may have been banned from Twitter after her account has recently been deemed nonexistent. Narcity is waiting on a comment from the platform to confirm if they have indeed followed suit with other social media sites in a bid to silence white supremacist hate speech. Goldy was banned from Facebook, Instagram and Airbnb in April of this year for violating the codes of conduct of these platforms.
She has also been banned from PayPal and Patreon for her antics. People have definitely started to notice Faith Goldy's absence on Twitter:
It is still unclear if she pulled her own Twitter account, or if she was forced off. Clues point to the latter, however, as there has been a new account under her name that has surfaced. It's hard to say if it is legit, however.
Goldy, 30, recently ran for mayor of Toronto in the 2018 mayoral election and finished third with 3.4 percent of the vote. She was not invited to the public debates, however, and had to be escorted out of the room by police after crashing the first mayoral debate on September 24, 2018.
Goldy has also worked with alt-right publications such as Rebel Media, from which she was fired after participating in "The Krypto Report", a podcast on the neo-Nazi website The Daily Stormer. The cofounders of Rebel Media thought that she had gone too far with this and she was subsequently terminated.
She currently has 105K subscribers on Youtube, which also seems to be working against her, according to a note she pinned on her most recent video.