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GoFundMe Supports Antifa, Persecutes Rittenhouse

Following Kyle Rittenhouse’s acquittal in his self-defense trial on Friday, GoFundMe, the fundraising website which had previously banned Kyle’s fundraiser for funds for his legal fees, announced in a statement that they had now lifted his ban. The motives behind this are questionable to say the least, considering that Rittenhouse’s trial is already over now, and he was able to reach his legal fund goal using an alternative source, Christian fundraising website GiveSendGo…

So supposedly Rittenhouse’s GoFundMe page was taken down because he was accused of a violent crime, however, over the past year and a half, GoFundMe has repeatedly allowed fundraising for members of Black Lives Matter and ANTIFA groups apprehended during the sinister race riots in the wake of the death of George Floyd. Read more…

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