That's exactly what happened, Irving said, when a Daily Stormer post verbally attacked Heather Heyer, the 32-year-old killed on Saturday when a vehicle plowed into her group of counterprotesters who were demonstrating against the white nationalist rally in Charlottesville.
Supporters of Daily Stormer took to Twitter on Tuesday to tell people they could gain access to the website on the Dark Web, a portion of the Internet that is not indexed by popular search engines.
"A united force of elite hackers from around the word" had breached the systems and the firewall, the post said, and taken over the site "in the name of Heather Heyer, a victim of white supremacist terrorism".
The headline of the article read "Heather Hayer: Woman Killed in Road Rage Incident was a Fat, Childless 32-year-old Slut".
In a matter of hours, the Mountain View-based company issued a statement saying, "We are canceling Daily Stormer's registration with Google Domains for violating our terms of service". What appears more likely is that the post is an attempt to deflect from the fact that GoDaddy is dropping the Daily Stormer.
A pair of Twitter accounts linked with Anonymous, however, said that the post was a false flag operation by Anglin.
"Despite feigned outrage by the media, most people are glad she is dead, as she is the definition of uselessness, "The Daily Stormer's founder Andrew Anglin wrote".
But hours later, a Google spokesperson Monday afternoon confirmed to USA TODAY that the website violates its terms of service and has since been removed. However, Anonymous have stated that they believe the post was made by The Daily Stormer in a "stunt" created to "woo their clueless base".
Meanwhile, Cloudflare, a private company that also provides internet services to The Daily Stormer, declined to say if it was looking at joining GoDaddy and Google to sever ties.