#DefundAntifa Campaign Success! Antifa Will No Longer Raise Money On Patreon
Since as early as May of this year, the domestic terror organization known as 'Antifa' has been collecting funds via Patreon.
Patreon.com is a website where artists, live-streamers and other creatively-inclined folks can receive donations or "pledges" toward a monthly financial goal, usually in return for content. Antifa used the platform to fund their hateful and violent agenda, offering stickers, magazines and shirts in return for monetary support.
Ever since Antifa launched their official website, ItsGoingDown.com, conservatives have slammed its message, which calls for violence against those that disagree with Antifa's fascist views.
Thanks to terrorist-sympathizers like Patreon software engineer Aaron Ringgenberg, the fundraising page was able to stay up for at least two months, collecting nearly $1,200 per month from 142 patrons even as Homeland Security in New Jersey confirmed Antifa's status as a domestic terror group.
Earlier today, Patreon finally shut down the Antifa fundraising page after coming under pressure from activists operating under the hashtag #DefundAntifa.
It's... it's beautiful... Source: FarLeftWatch.com
Since as early as 2012, Antifa's members have become notorious for rioting against free speech, feloniously assaulting innocent people and attacking law enforcement personnel. Taking away any means of material support for them is a step in the right direction.
Still, there's more to be done. They're still out there, and they're still planning.
Stay alert. Stay alive.