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GiveSendGo, Donation Platform For Kyle Rittenhouse, Issues a Statement

A message from the editors: Against all odds, and despite the corrupt and lying corporate media – along with equally lying and corrupt politicians – fomenting hatred with near monopolistic pleasure, the verdict in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial came back with a decision of not guilty on all counts. The verdict should have lasted all of ten minutes; enough time to go around the table and agree unanimously on acquittals. Instead, it dragged on for four days.

Kyle Rittenhouse won because truth won, but in order to share his truth he needed a legal defense team. GoFundMe, PayPal, nearly all of the social media giants, and various payment systems colluded against Rittenhouse from the beginning. If not for the financial support of fellow Americans and lovers of freedom, this case could very well have turned out differently.

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A press release was issued the evening of the verdict from GiveSendGo, a Christian charity that has been in the crosshairs of cancel culture and evildoers, which identifies why it supported him and calls out other groups that did not. We felt it was important to share their words., The Only Platform to Stand With Innocent Man, Kyle Rittenhouse

BOSTON, Mass. – Kyle Rittenhouse was found innocent by a jury on Friday after being on trial for fatally shooting two men and wounding another during a protest in Kenosha, Wisconsin on August 25, 2020. Rittenhouse was only 17 at the time of the incident. He is now 18 at the time of his acquittal. 

Rittenhouse attempted to raise funds for his legal defense on GoFundMe last year, but was unsuccessful due to his campaign being shut down by the crowdfunding site. GoFundMe confirmed in August of 2020 they had shut down all campaigns supporting, or raising money, for Rittenhouse. 

Discover Card also cancelled Rittenhouse by attempting to block all Discover card donations to his campaign. At the time of this release, Facebook still won’t allow Rittenhouse’s campaign to be shared on its platform even after Rittenhouse was declared innocent in a court of law. 

GiveSendGo, the world’s #1 free Christian crowdfunding site, instead welcomed all campaigns in support of Rittenhouse on it’s platform. GiveSendGo Co-founder Jacob Wells said this decision was made because he believes that every American has a right to a fair trial and is innocent until proven guilty. 

“Without GiveSendGo stepping in, this young man wouldn’t have been afforded that right to a fair trial,” said co-founder of GiveSendGo, Jacob Wells. “Rittenhouse has now been declared innocent in a court of law and every platform that cancelled him should be ashamed for not standing with the side of justice.” 

Heather Wilson, co-founder of GiveSendGo, said Rittenhouse was in a hopeless situation before GiveSendGo stepped in and provided a platform for him to raise funds for his legal defense. 

“What would have happened to Kyle had GiveSendGo not been there?” Wilson said. “GiveSendGo exists to provide hope to the hopeless through crowdfunding and that’s exactly what happened with Kyle Rittenhouse. In the end, Kyle was found innocent and we had his back, even when no one else did.” 

Additional names to cancel or otherwise shut down Rittenhouse are GoFundMe, Joe Biden, Discover Card, Facebook, Fundly, Twitter, and Instagram. 

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30 thoughts on “GiveSendGo, Donation Platform For Kyle Rittenhouse, Issues a Statement”

  1. laurie Josephine bennett

    So happy for Kyle, family, jurors, judge, attorneys, outstanding work. Also pleased I located this site before the other one for pretty obvious reasons. Going to use this in future before any others.

  2. Someone better come up with a very good boycott tool to address this one company at a time.Also, it may not be the entire companies, but individuals that promote this kind of warfare against freedom and against American citizens. These individuals should not just be mocked in memes, but truly cancelled. I don’t know how that would look legally, but if soros had to pay for the damage, he would quickly chill.

  3. every media outlet and talking head that said he “murdered” those guys should be sued. However…. “allegedly murdered” might pass the smell test in a court.

  4. Luz Maria Rodriguez

    It’s a highly appropriate and treasured teachable moment that absolutely MUST be realized. Aside from some form of compensation for all the lies and emotional suffering media caused, an opportunity to attempt to teach these stupids and treasonous must NOT be allowed to slip by. The liars must be made to pay or go out of their propagandistic, seditious business. Grotesquely overpaid idiots reading “news” monitors must not be allowed to continue their sedition without consequence. Of course, this refers also to the writers of the misrepresented materials on those teleprompters as well. It is so dang obvious what is going on. If they are allowed to continue without consequence to their lies and deliberate misrepresentations, justice will be lost forever here.

  5. There is a better alternative to crowd funding…

    It won’t be easy for Rittenhouse to find a law firm big enough to handle the volume of lawsuits against media, politicians, and anyone else who so much as posted a libelous tweet. Therefore he should start a corporation to hire lawyers, manage the selection of defendants, negotiate settlements, and vigorously collect judgments. People could invest to get a share of the proceeds.

    This is much bigger than the Sandmann case because so many media and political morons have been spewing libel for such a long time. There could be billions of dollars of litigation. Even if the cases settle for 10 cents on the dollar, it’s still a huge amount of money.

    When I first wrote this, I thought it would be a viable business for a few years and then dissolve when the cases settle. But maybe not. There is an unlimited supply of libelous garbage posted in social media (often by corporations and people with deep pockets). Rittenhouse is simply the biggest plaintiff at the moment. There will be others.

    As much as I would like to see legal consequences for the social media companies, the right business move is to leave them alone. Let big tech distribute as many defamatory comments as they want. Then use those very same platforms to hunt for defendants, manufacturing defamation suits on a grand scale.

  6. Don’t forget that credit card companies (Discover Card for one) cut off their customers’ use for donations to Kyle Rittenhouse as well. People should know what their financial vendors are doing as well.

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