Within minutes of each other, financial platforms PayPal and Venmo both banned the anti-pedophilia group Gays Against Groomers (GAG) for trying to protect children against groomers.
According to reports, GAG has been permanently deplatformed from the two payment platforms for “‘violating’ their user agreements,” which apparently contain special protections for kiddy diddlers. (Related: American public schools are a hotbed of pedophilic grooming.)
When asked, both PayPal and Venmo indicated that GAG’s activities violate the payment processors’ User Agreement(s), though there was no explanation as to which terms were violated.
“We have just been BANNED from Venmo and Paypal (within minutes of each other) for ‘violating’ their user agreements,” GAG tweeted.
Right before the bans, GAG had publicly announced on Twitter that it is officially registered as a non-profit organization and can now accept tax-free donations. This apparently triggered both PayPal and Venmo, which do not want to process said donations.
In case you are unfamiliar with it, GAG is an organization comprised of homosexuals who say they do not approve of child abuse, which is rapidly becoming the primary agenda of the Cult of LGBT.
GAG’s gays, lesbians and transgenders say they oppose grooming and do not want to be associated with it. As a result, they now face “woke homophobia,” as they call it, meaning there are now multiple denominations within the Cult of LGBT.
GAG founder Jaimee Michell issued the following statement about how her organization is being treated by PayPal and Venmo:
“PayPal and Venmo have made it abundantly clear that they support the sexualization and mutilation of children. This would never happen to an organization of LGBT people that fell in line with this evil agenda that has hijacked our community.”
GAG is not the only group or person facing the ire of Big Tech when it comes to vocalizing opposition to LGBT child grooming. Biologist and journalist Colin Wright was banned from PayPal and Etsy back in August for this very thing.
Back in March, political commenter Sydney Watson was permanently axed from Patreon, which accused her of hate speech. Watson’s crime? Reporting the facts about how “gender affirming care,” aka genital mutilation, is destroying the lives of children and teenagers.
Amazingly in Watson’s case, she may not have even violated Patreon’s Terms of Service specifically. The company says it pulls accounts that violate its terms outside the platform, too.
GAG recently announced that instead of using Patreon and risking a similar fate, it will instead use GiveSendGo, one of its competitors.
Founded three months ago in response to the onslaught of “family friendly” drag events and other such perversions, GAG is shaking up the LGBT community. There are now multiple denominations within it that are at odds with one another.
The more extremist denominations of LGBT are waging war back at GAG for exposing the transgender mutilation of children, as well as the lacing of public library materials with pornography and other indecency.
GAG has been suspended from Twitter on four separate occasions, all for reasons that went unexplained by the tech platform. In each case, GAG’s account was restored within 24 hours following termination.
Despite all the pushback, Michell says that her group “will not be going anywhere anytime soon and this will only serve as motivation because we are on the right track.”
In the comment section, someone emphasized that parents need to do everything possible to protect their children from LGBT groomers. This includes pulling them out of public school if necessary.
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