According to the folks over at Reclaim the Net, GoFundMe has deleted a fundraiser in support of harassed students at Arizona State University.
GoFundMe's excuse? They reportedly said the fundraiser violated its “prohibited conduct policy,” which bans “hate, violence, harassment, bullying, discrimination, terrorism, or intolerance of any kind.”
In the video posted on Twitter page LibsofTikTok, two students were shown being asked to leave the school’s multicultural center for “being white” and “supporting the police” with one student having a pro-police sticker on his laptop.
“This insanity is happening on college campuses,” the account tweeted.
The video began with one student telling one of the students sitting down that their police sticker was offensive.
“You’re making this space uncomfortable,” she said.
The white student then pointed out that the center was a “multicultural” center.
“But you’re white! Do you understand what a multicultural space is? It means you’re not being centered,” a female student responded.
“White’s not a culture,” the white students asked.
One of the liberal students replied: “No! White is not a culture!…This white man thinks he can take up our space and this is why we need a multicultural space because they think they can get away with this shit!”
“This is the only space that you’re not centered and you’re still trying to center yourself which is peak white cis male bullshit!” the angry students concluded.
Needless to say, this story exploded on Twitter and, in response, the “LibsofTikTok” account created a GoFundMe fundraiser in support of the white students.
Having raised almost $3,000 before the ban, the host of the fundraiser said: “GoFundMe has removed my campaign to raise funds for the two hero students at ASU who were viciously attacked for being white.”
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