A software development engineer at Patreon endorsed the violent, anti-American group known as “It’s Going Down” on Sunday, saying he believes they are a “great group.”
“This looks like a great group with a good mission statement. I see no problem. We need active anti-fascist groups in the age of Trump,” Aaron Ringgenberg tweeted in response to someone complaining about thugs attacking supporters of President Donald Trump.
Who else supports Ringgenberg’s statements? No one other than the Black Lives Matter leader himself: Deray McKesson.
“It was great to visit @Patreon and to learn more about the work y’all are doing. I’m excited about the possibilities!” McKesson tweeted.
Patreon's "work" includes funding this violent group, despite receiving numerous warnings about them.https://t.co/2sFpBB4WAW
— Joe DeGeneres (@JoeDeg82) July 2, 2017
Isn’t it interesting that both Twitter and Patreon are complicit in what can only be described as domestic terrorism?
This is why it is critical to develop our own platforms.
And make no mistake—we are, including a replacement for Patreon.
Stay tuned for more.
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