Just this morning, Stefan Molyneux was complaining on YouTube about how, because of his views, he was becoming downright unemployable. Saying leftists had hijacked his Wikipedia to highlight his far-right views, Molyneux said he couldn’t apply for a job, because prospective employers would Google him, and the process would instantly end.
Now, he’s without a newsletter host.
Mailchimp announced today it would no longer let Molyneux use its service to send his newsletter.
Thank you for bringing this to our attention. We’ve terminated this account.
— Mailchimp (@Mailchimp) January 14, 2020
Molyneux is part of a web of far-right nationalists who used social media to rise to prominence and push white nationalist and racist views, accumulating views and likes for their content.
And though he still has a flourishing YouTube and Twitter presence, he no longer has Mailchimp, which received praise for kicking him off.
Thank you for this!!
— nikki mccann ramírez (@NikkiMcR) January 14, 2020
Thank you! My firm uses MailChimp, and we were about to start looking elsewhere.
— Heather Hughson (@HNHughson) January 14, 2020
In his YouTube video today, Molyneux declared 2020 the last stand for his ideas.
He may have not realized how right he was.