PayPal Dumps GiveSendGo, Christian Crowdfunding Site Supporting Proud Boys, Other Extremists | Michael Stone
This morning PayPal confirmed to Gizmodo that it has cut ties with GiveSendGo, the Christian crowdfunding platform which hosts fundraisers for, among other causes, Kenosha shooter Kyle Rittenhouse and Proud Boys leader Enrique Tarrio.
As a result of the Capitol riot, PayPal has decided to sever ties with GiveSendGo, leaving an uncertain financial future for , , and other “Christian” fundraising causes.
Late last month reported that the Christian site was raising money for the Proud Boys, a far-right, neo-fascist group that plans to “wreak havoc” and .
Previously reported that the Proud Boys were “plotting to disguise themselves as Joe Biden fans to wreak havoc during the presidential inauguration.”
Last September, during a presidential debate, when asked to condemn the political violence of the Proud Boys and other alt-right, white nationalist groups, Trump refused, and instead gave a shout out to the Proud Boys,
As for the Christian crowdfunding site GiveSendGo, they have a well documented history supporting domestic terrorism.
, which self-identifies as the “fastest growing Christian Crowdfunding site made by Christians for Christians,” has also been hosting a fundraising drive for domestic terrorist Kyle Rittenhouse, who is charged with murder after killing two BLM protesters and wounding another, after legitimate crowdfunding sites like GoFundMe refused to do so.
In fact, the “Christian site” has raised over $500,000 for the Kenosha Killer and domestic terrorist Kyle Rittenhouse.
Bottom line: PayPal has cut ties with the Christian crowdfunding site GiveSendGo, a Christian site that has been raising money for the Proud Boys and other domestic terrorists.
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