Washington Post Reporter Tries to Stop GoFundMe for the Border Wall

Tony Romm, a journalist, reporting fake news for the Washington Post has attempted to have the GoFundMe campaign to raise money for the wall President Trump wants to build along the Mexican border.

He claims it is a violation of their policies to raise money for racist extremism. Obviously, he is under the impression that the wall will have a gate for white people. I checked and it doesn’t.  He put in a complaint with GoFundme, who politely told him to go pound sand.

From The Blaze

Romm explained that the believed the donation page was in violation of the site’s rules against intolerance.

“GoFundMe terms prohibit attempts to raise cash money rooted in ‘intolerance of any kind relating to race, ethnicity, national origin, religious affiliation, sexual orientation, sex, gender or gender identity, or serious disabilities or diseases,’ among other limits,” he tweeted.

Romm, who is a technology policy reporter, said that a spokesperson from the donation crowdfunding site told him the project was not in violation of their terms.

Romm then complained that his attempt to kill the donation page was being misrepresented as politically motivated on Twitter.

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