The video-sharing app has let hate speech flourish as a growing number of users, many of them young, flock to TikTok.
Canadian Nationalist Front was barred from the platform. There are so many more like it still around.
Last week, Facebook said it was fine with Goldy's content. This week, it banned her and others.
HuffPost showed the company a racist, fear-mongering video by Faith Goldy. Not a problem, a spokesperson said.
The congressman from Iowa quote-tweeted Faith Goldy, a Canadian white nationalist who once recommended a book calling for the "elimination of Jews."
The annual conference served as yet another reminder of how the conservative movement in America is joined at the hip with the white nationalist movement.
The Canadian anti-Semite has recited a neo-Nazi slogan, appeared on a neo-Nazi podcast and endorsed a book calling for calling for the “elimination of Jews.”