The website where the suspected Pittsburgh synagogue gunman posted anti-Semitic views said on Sunday it was "working around the clock" to stay online after being cut off by payment processors and forced to switch web hosts.

The 46-year-old suspect, Robert Bowers, posted on just hours before allegedly murdering 11 people on Saturday in the deadliest attack ever on the Jewish community in the United States, saying a nonprofit that helps Jewish refugees relocate to the country was helping to kill "my people."

PayPal Holdings Inc. banned the website from using its money-sending services on Saturday. Gab said on Saturday it received notice it would be blocked by another payments website, Stripe Inc., and had switched to a new web-hosting service after Joyent Inc. warned it would cut off the website.