Right-wing extremists have found a safe haven on GiveSendGo, the “#1 Free Christian Crowdfunding Site.”
Give Send Go, where “the most valuable currency is love,” has decided to continue their mission to take society into the gutter further in the name of Jesus once again. The Alt-Right Christian crowd-fleecing company has thrown themselves into the void left after GoFundMe announced they will no longer be participating in the fraud of the century, also known as the Trucker Convoy for Freedom.
Sounds like a really nice, wholesome group who wants to do good things with Christ in mind, right? Think again. GiveSendGo has been behind funding the defense of the likes of Proud Boys, January 6 Capitol insurrection efforts in Washington, D.C. and future GOP house leader Kyle Rittenhouse.
The overwhelming ties to hate groups caused PayPal to cut ties with the group.
Jan 11, 2021 (Reuters) – PayPal Holdings Inc (PYPL.O) said on Monday it has blocked the Christian crowdfunding site GiveSendGo after it helped raise funds for people who attended last week’s event in Washington when supporters of President Donald Trump stormed the Capitol
A data breach back in 2021 revealed that millions of dollars have been raised on the site for far-right causes and groups. Many of whom are banned from raising funds on other platforms. It also identifies previously anonymous high-dollar donors to far-right actors, some of whom enjoy positions of wealth, power or public responsibility. One of the biggest beneficiaries? Proud Boys, designated as a terrorist group in Canada, many of whose fundraising efforts were directly related to the 6 January attack on the United States Capitol.
Ethan Nordean, aka Rufio Panman, notorious member of the Proud Boys, and the sergeant at arms of the Seattle chapter, has been fundraising for his legal defense since the January 6 storming of the Capitol. On February 16, however, his GiveSendGo page, which had raised just shy of $5,000, appeared to have been hacked: It briefly read “Ethan Nordean Piss and Shit on Myself Fund” before being suspended. Why was it suspended? Jesus doesn’t like bad words! LOL!
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Founder Jacob Wells whined in a 2017 blogpost that “GoFundMe has taken a stance against Christians and has been taking down campaigns that they did not agree with.” Weird how mortal laws and good, moral character are frowned upon in the cult crowd. Ol’ Jakers doesn’t think the Proud Boys are a hate group. In an interview with Talia Lavin of The Nation, he claimed that he had visited their website and found it lacking in statements explicitly embracing discrimination. “Unfortunately, the media does have an agenda with the things they portray. Whether it’s social media or other forms of media,” Wells said. “What are their core beliefs? Is it misconstrued by the media?”
Talia retorted by telling him they were deemed an official “hate group” in Canada. He replied this should be just one factor to consider. “We are learning just like everyone else,” he added.
Stay tuned as this is a developing story and we are so here for it…. Give praise to the content these half-wit racist fucks provide!