Go Fund Me Funnels Millions to Burn Cities Down, Assist Crime, Abortions and Gender Corruption
For all the company's efforts to shut down freedom-minded Canadians, GoFundMe has done plenty to help unsavory fundraising campaigns on the left.
While GoFundMe races to confiscate millions of dollars from Canadians protesting the country's coercive Covid response, the left-wing fundraising site has proven itself very willing to help raise funds for criminal riots, abortions, and genital mutilation.
"We now have evidence from law enforcement that the previously peaceful demonstration has become an occupation, with police reports of violence and other unlawful activity," GoFundMe wrote in the company's Friday announcement that it would steal millions from the truckers participating in the "Freedom Convoy" to protest Canada's Covid mandates, diverting the money "to credible and established charities chosen by the Freedom Convoy 2022 organizers and verified by GoFundMe." After backlash, the platform announced it would instead refund the money to donors.
GoFundMe cited one of its terms of service that "prohibits the promotion of violence and harassment." The group used similar logic to suspend fundraising campaigns for Kyle Rittenhouse, who was acquitted of all charges after he shot three men in self-defense. GoFundMe tried to defend its decision then by claiming that "GoFundMe's Terms of Service prohibit raising money for the legal defense of an alleged violent crime," despite the platform's willingness to crowdsource for arrested rioters.
Also, after a protest on Jan. 6, 2021 saw some attendees forcibly enter the U.S. Capitol building, GoFundMe said it would nix fundraisers for "travel to a political event where there's risk of violence by the attendees," as well as those that "spread misinformation about the election, promote conspiracy theories and contribute to or participate in attacks on U.S. democracy."
Those who now seek to shut down the "Freedom Convoy" in Canada are leaning on similar inflammatory language as that used to stoke outrage in describing the U.S. Capitol incident. Yet for all the company's efforts to shut down freedom-minded Canadians, GoFundMe has done plenty to help unsavory fundraising campaigns on the left, which include funding for crimes, criminal defense, killing babies, and more. Here are just a few examples.
Funding for Criminals, Riots..
One GoFundMe fundraising campaign entitled "CHARGED WITH BANK ROBBERY DURING GEORGE FLOYD RIOT" is seeking bail money for Dominique Maxey, who was arrested in May 2020 and charged with bank larceny.
In another listing, Raven S. is seeking $2,000 to help pay fines after, as she wrote, "on November 13 I was arrested and detained for trying to assist a man being wrongfully assaulted by police."
A woman named Stephanie has raised nearly $3,000 for her daughter who was arrested in conjunction with a riot in 2020. "Tia Pugh, a 21 year old resident of Mobile, was arrested for alleged criminal mischief and inciting a riot while attending a George Floyd protest the Sunday prior; two municipal misdemeanors. She was then arrested for federal felony civil unrest for the same incident," she wrote.
After three suspects were arrested for vandalizing the home of a defense witness in the Derek Chauvin trial, leaving his home "smeared with animal blood" with "a severed pig's head dumped on the front porch," GoFundMe enabled the three self-described "community activists" to raise more than $10,000 for legal fees.