The blood money collected by angry white people across the nation on behalf of Darren Wilson, the Ferguson police officer eventually revealed to have murdered unarmed African-American teenager Michael Brown, has hit nearly a quarter-of-a-million dollars. Thousands of racists (and some “not-racists”) joined the KKK in collecting blood money for the man who dealt with a “typical low-IQ Negro.”
Many donors openly expressed their dislike of “thugs” like Michael Brown.
Over $100,000 has been raised for Darren Wilson. But man, why must liberals bring RACE into this?! It’s about…oh. pic.twitter.com/UHagxSTuDL
— Bastard Keith (@BastardKeith) August 21, 2014
“Michael Brown was just a common street thug,” wrote Mark Pannella, who donated $50 to the cause. David Durant, who also gave $50, wrote, “I support Officer Wilson and he did a great job removing an unnecessary thing from the public!” Mike Berman, who donated $100, said that “All self-respecting whites have a moral responsibility to support our growing number of martyrs to the failed experiment called diversity.” An anonymous donor chimed in, “We appreciate your service in the animal control division of the Ferguson police department.”
The comments became so horrible that GoFundMe had to scrub the more extreme remarks.
Despite the company policy that GoFundMe may not be used for “items that promote hate, violence, racial intolerance or the financial exploitation of a crime,” the company defends the campaign. After all, there is money to be made, here, as the company typically takes 5% of the cut. “The content of the campaign itself is not in violation of GoFundMe’s terms of service,” the company said in a Friday statement.
Obviously, this is an effort worthy of a Maryland police union. The Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 70, which represents Anne Arundel County police officers, has donated more than $1,000 toward supporting someone who gunned down an unarmed black teen from a distance.
O’Brien Atkinson, an Anne Arundel County police officer and President of Lodge 70, said the union wanted to support officers who have been working long shifts because of the protests in Ferguson–but the national Fraternal Order of Police suggested donating to Darren Wilson’s reward money instead. The lodge wrote on the fundraiser page: “MD FOP Lodge 70 supports our brothers and sisters in Missouri. Please support them and your local law enforcement officers!”
Police Lodge 70’s donation, according to The Patch, is the largest donation made toward Wilson so far.
The fundraiser was ended after having collected $234,910, but a second fundraiser page, which has already accumulated over $50,000. Ladies and gentlemen, what you are witnessing is white people placing a dollar value on the life of an African-American teen.