Anti-Vaxxers Banned from Raising Money on GoFundMe

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Anti-vaxxers have been banned from raising money on GoFundMe in an attempt to stop their message warning that vaccines can be dangerous. YouTube has demonetized anti-vaxxer videos, Pinterest has blocked search results for the term and Facebook claims to have reduced the prominence of posts spreading misleading information.

Anti-vaxxers have been banned from raising money on GoFundMe in an attempt to stop the spread of conspiracy theories and misinformation.

The crowdfunding platform announced it was carrying out a “thorough review” following reports that one campaigner had gathered nearly $80,000 (£60,000) in donations.

Larry Cook, who promoted his fundraising efforts using Facebook adverts, targeted mothers with claims the medical community was covering up baby “slaughter”.

GoFundMe spokesman Bobby Whithorne said: “Campaigns raising money to promote misinformation about vaccines violate GoFundMe’s terms of service and will be removed from the platform.

“We are conducting a thorough review and will remove any campaigns currently on the platform.”

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Freedom of speech not in the new communit America.

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Why would they be banned ?
But why would they want to ‘raise money ?’

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I’m not going to subscribe to a vicious site where the full article is in order to comment. I was vaccine damaged as a little girl with my initial shot. Within hours I was wheezing with Asthma which I suffered from until I was 30, at which time I began taking natural supplements which helped to cleanse my body of the heavy metals that first shot contaminated my body with. I still have a few allergies, but they are much more manageable than the Asthma was. What the rest of the world needs to understand is, the anti-vaxx movement is… Read more »

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