If there’s one thing that Americans probably value more than any other country in the world, it’s freedom. And this new report from the co-founder of the Christian-based crowdfunding website, GiveSendGo, just revealed that the trucker’s protest in Canada against vaccine mandates in the country has received massive amounts of support from the good ol’ USA.
Almost half of all the donations sent to the “Freedom Convoy” came right from our home country, and small-dollar donations from America, those that are less than $100, made up the majority, according to Jacob Wells, who’s the CFO.
This confirmation of funding comes right on the heels of an attack on the website, and while no credit card or bank information was released, there was a list of the 93,000 donors that was published online for the world to see.
Wells said he couldn’t confirm or deny the validity of the published list, but he said that the split of donations between Canada and the United States is pretty even.
Journalists from U.S. and Canada are using the list to contact people who donated and ask them why they’re supporting the protest. Many of the people who gave money gave extremely small amounts. But liberals are using this list to intimidate and harass everyday Americans and Canadians who support causes that they don’t agree with.
The new tactic is so awful that even Ilhan Omar, who is one of our most extreme left-leaning politicians in Washington, called them out saying, “I fail to see why any journalist felt the need to report on a shop owner making such an insignificant donation rather than to get them harassed. It’s unconscionable and journalists need to do better.”
Author: Jerry Height