Leftists out to destroy police, military donors to the Right over $25 donations


The Guardian revealed that a data breach at a Christian crowdfunding website shows that serving police officers and public officials have donated money to fundraisers for alleged vigilante murderers (Kyle Rittenhouse), activists on the right, and fellow officers accused of shooting black Americans.

In many of these cases, the donations were attached to their official email addresses, raising questions about the use of public resources in supporting such campaigns.

The breach, shared with journalists by transparency group Distributed Denial of Secrets, revealed the details of some donors who had previously attempted to conceal theirs.

Kyle Rittenhouse is one who received donations from the group. He is accused of murdering two radical left-wingers last August in Kenosha, Wisconsin. He wounded another. However, the videos appear to show that he was defending himself in each situation which all occurred on the same night within a short time span as the leftists hunted him down. This was during the protests over the police shooting of criminal Jacob Blake.

Among the donors were several associated with email addresses traceable to police and other public officials.

One donation for $25, made on 3 September last year, was made anonymously but associated with the official email address for Sgt William Kelly, who currently serves as the executive officer of internal affairs in the Norfolk police department in Virginia.

That donation also carried a comment, reading: “God bless. Thank you for your courage. Keep your head up. You’ve done nothing wrong.”

The comment continued: “Every rank and file police officer supports you. Don’t be discouraged by actions of the political class of law enforcement leadership.”

Kyle Rittenhouse being beaten by a skateboard before he shot Mr. Huber.

We aren’t going to make note of the rest. You can go to The Guardian for the information. We picked the Sgt. because he’s now trending on Twitter and it’s not a good thing.

The cancel culture is out to destroy him first.

But these donors, who should be able to give to anyone they want are now being canceled by a wickedly gleeful mob of leftists on Twitter and elsewhere.

As for using public email, it’s a petty charge. It takes a minute to make a donation.

The cancel culture always wants to know who donors are so they can torch them if they donate to people with whom they disagree. Go onto Twitter and show your support for Sgt. Kelly. The cancel culture Stalinists will go after all of the donors.

The Sgt. only donated $25 and all the Soros-type trolls are out to get him. See what I mean:

Nancy is a jerk. Rittenhouse is not a terrorist.

Rittenhouse is not a white supremacist. That is proven. They’re lying.

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millard fillmore
millard fillmore
2 years ago

The local CBS affiliate,WTKR,is leading the charge against the Norfolk policeman who dared to contribute to Kyle Rittenhouse’s defense.They are saying,on the air,that Rittenhouse fired into a BLM protest.The idiot Mayor is claiming it’s outrageous for the police officer to contribute,and to say positive things about Rittenhouse,who was demonstrably defending his own life from armed,lawless thugs who were destroying local businesses.Maybe the news channel and the mayor of Norfolk need to hear from the public over their demonization of a public servant.

2 years ago

Correction: Lloyd Austin,the ChiCom agent and traitor who heads the DOD is not an official of the Norfolk PD. Those who hack sites and reveal their provate information have commiteed seruous felonies under federal law but you can be certain the ChiCom agents at the DOJ will pursue any investigation.They are much more likely to harass the donors than investigate. Kudos to Sgt Kelly and others who support heros such as Kyle Rittenhouse and Officer Chauvin.