The PointBy Daniel Greenfield

GoFundMe Pulled Robert Spencer, Allows Michael Cohen's "Truth Fund"

The Techopoly has become the biggest threat to freedom in this country. 

The recent purge has affected Robert Spencer, a counterterrorism expert and historian who tells the truth about the Islamic origins of the violence, who has been targeted across multiple accounts.

That includes GoFundMe.

This morning, GoFundMe first notified me that they were sending me the remaining $600 of the $3300 in donations I had received; they had canceled the rest and refunded the donors. Then they canceled that payout and sent me this:

It seems you’re using WePay for one or more of the activities prohibited by our Terms of Service. Unfortunately, you can’t use WePay to accept additional payments. Any pending payments will be canceled and you won’t be able to withdraw funds at this time.

More specifically:

WePay is unable to process payments related to Hate, violence, racial intolerance, terrorism, the financial exploitation of a crime, or items or activities that encourage, promote, facilitate, or instruct others regarding the same.

GFM’s accusations against Robert Spencer are lies. But, notably, GoFundMe seems to have no problem with hosting Michael Cohen’s “Truth Fund”, overseen by Clintonite Lanny Davis.

On July 2, 2018, Michael Cohen declared his independence from Donald Trump and his commitment to tell the truth.

On August 21, Michael Cohen made the decision to take legal responsibility and to continue his commitment to tell the truth.

Michael decided to put his family and his country first.  Now Michael needs your financial help – to pay his legal fees.

That’s “financial exploitation of a crime”. Or at least a crime that exists in the minds of the Mueller Coup and its Clinton allies.

But GoFundMe doesn’t take its own TOS seriously. Much like every other tech company. The TOS is a pretext for selective action.