GoFundMe Will Raise $$$ for Murderers, Not Christian Bakeries

Murder and drug dealing are okay, but refusing to participate in a gay wedding is a "heinous" crime.


Under the rule of the left, murder and drug dealing are okay, but refusing to artistically participate in a gay wedding is a "heinous" crime.

A crowdfunding campaign that had raised more than $109,000 for the Christian-owned bakery Sweet Cakes by Melissa in Oregon was removed Saturday after complaints from gay-rights advocates. The website GoFundMe said in a statement Saturday that it took down the page because the campaign violated the policy against raising money “in defense of formal charges of heinous crimes, including violent, hateful, or sexual acts.”

This particular "heinous crime" involved a refusal to participate in a gay wedding. The legal basis for that refusal was signed into law by President Clinton.

And GoFundMe does not practice this particular policy. Here are some fundraisers on behalf of convicted criminals.

Elijah Wilson was convicted in the mob beating death of De'Bron Aldrick Harrison. Here's a GoFundMe fundraiser on his behalf.


Here's one for a convicted drug dealer.


And one for a guy convicted of molesting two girls.


But GoFundMe is currently raising millions in venture capital and the money comes from the usual expected sources. That's why GoFundMe really killed the Sweet Cakes fundraiser.