GoFundMe Shuts Down Campaign For Anti-Lockdown Protest Organizer Fined £10,000


While the platform has prostrated itself for Black Lives Matter marches, GoFundMe shut down a campaign to help raise funds for the organizer of an anti-lockdown protest who was fined £10,000 pounds.

On Saturday, 73-year-old Piers Corbyn led a ‘Unite for Freedom’ march of around 400 people to Trafalgar Square in central London and was subsequently arrested by police.

He later revealed that he had been handed a £10,000 fixed penalty fine for organizing the demonstration.

In comparison, not a single Black Lives Matter protest organizer has been arrested or issued with a substantial fine over breaking coronavirus laws in the last three months, despite BLM demonstrations attracting thousands of people with little to no social distancing.


Jeremy Corbyn’s Brother Piers Fined £10,000 After Mass Anti-Lockdown Protest in London

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