Wix has parted ways with founder Matt Walsh, a move that will bring an end to his time at the company.
In a statement to Business Insider, the company said that Walsh will be stepping down from his role as CEO.
In May, Wix hired Ryan McAlister, who previously worked at YouTube, for its business development team.
McAlister has been a key part of the company’s growth strategy, as he’s been one of the founders of the alt-Right and other social media platforms.
Walsh is also the co-founder of the AltRight YouTube channel.
Wang Wei, who joined the company in January, was the company chief operating officer.
The company’s board of directors, which includes former Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, also includes former Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer, Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg, and former Google COO Eric Schmidt.
The alt-Righters, known for using the social media platform as a platform to express their opinions, have taken up arms against the alt media companies like Twitter, YouTube, and Facebook, and even their own media platforms, which have historically been perceived as left-leaning.
They have accused the media outlets of being anti-Trump.
Wix, which launched in 2015 as a way to promote online learning, has seen its stock price soar from under $20 in late 2016 to more than $200 today.
Wiseman told Business Insider that he believes that the rise in the alt right and the success of the platform was largely due to the fact that he was willing to stand up to those who are in the media to protect the alt community.
Wapsters departure, like that of McAlison and Wang, comes at a time when the alt Right is gaining momentum, particularly in the United States.
In recent weeks, alt-rights groups have used Twitter to promote their message and rally support for them in the wake of the election.
In the wake to Trump’s victory, many members of the media have begun to question whether the altRight will be able to continue to grow and spread their message in the coming months.