We previously discussed how GoFundMe has joined social media sites in censoring opposing viewpoints on subjects from critical race theory to vaccines to election fraud.
The site once offered a neutral site for those seeking to support others with similar views or interests.
The company now insists that it will only allow people to gather on the site if it believes their views are true and correct.
However, it was still surprising to see the site take down a fundraising account for litigation against vaccine mandates.
The effort of former nurse Jennifer Bridges was simply to get such matters before the courts, which can be the ultimate authority on what is “misinformation.”
GoFundMe however blocked people from contributing to the litigation.