GoFundMe had “concerns” about Kolfage’s plan to give $20-million directly to the US government instead of going through a non-profit organization, which would be required to make the donations tax deductible. Ultimately, with Bannon’s help, the money was reallocated to a series of non-profits and shell companies.
All of these actions are unconstitutional, because they are within the jurisdiction of Congress, not the President. However, the government will argue – and the courts will uphold – the idea that the Constitution is suspended in times of national emergency, which is in the power of the President to declare.
Bank depositors risk losing a portion of their bank deposits. However, since each account is protected by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation up to $250,000, the scheme would covertly revert back to passing the bill to taxpayers to fund the FDIC, which quickly will be bankrupted by the demand for payouts.
People will accept any insult to their liberties in order to survive, which is the reason why one crisis after another is scientifically engineered. Confusion and fear is the secret weapon of tyrants. This will continue until a significant segment of the population (perhaps 15%) understands the scam and pushes back.