Dangerous.com is no longer the so-called “leading destination for media from the new right.” In fact, it’s not much of anything at the moment. Currently, Milos Yiannopoulos’ former domain leads to a simple webpage with just one sentence: “Dangerous.com has been sold and is no longer associated with its previous owner.”
The development comes just a month after Yiannopoulos, a former Breitbart News and notorious alt-right troll, complained about his financial woes.
“I spent years growing and developing and investing in my fan base, and they just took it away in a flash,” he wrote on Telegram, one of the few platforms that hasn’t banned him. “It’s nice to have a little private chat with my gold star homies but I can’t make a career out of a handful of people like that. I can’t put food on the table this way.”
“It’s just not a good use of my time to be here, talking to the same 1,000 people, none of whom buy books, tickets to anything or donate,” he added.
He’ll likely find little sympathy from the LGBTQ population, though — after calling trans individuals “gay men dressing up for attention” in 2016, selling T-shirts calling lesbians “confused straight women” in 2017, and calling homosexuality a sin that same year.