• AdelleChattre

    As if the everyday traffic at /r/AltRight wasn’t reason enough for a ban, throw serious Rules of Reddit violations in the cauldron along with witch hunting, a whole lot of doxing, hate machining, and in-real-life crime and somebody’s got a liability problem they need to think about. I mean, Reddit’s whole business plan is letting their users do all of their work for them. If and when the admins step into anything beyond their own sordid personal dramas at Reddit, you know there are dollar signs that explain why. These are the same people that were happy as clams to leave /r/jailbait, /r/CoonTown, and /r/WatchNiggersDie to fester and incubate until it cost them somehow.