American News Oct 25, 2020 2:20 PM EST

GoFundMe deletes black free speech activist's medical fundraiser at the behest of BLM mob

A GoFundMe for a black conservative—whose teeth were knocked out by a Black Lives Matter activist at a free speech rally—has been taken down following complaints by the leftist Twitter mob.

GoFundMe deletes black free speech activist's medical fundraiser at the behest of BLM mob
Mia Cathell The Post Millennial
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A GoFundMe for a black conservative—whose teeth were knocked out by a Black Lives Matter activist at a free speech rally—has been taken down following complaints by the leftist Twitter mob.

Team Save America free speech leader Philip Anderson was punched in the face by a masked male assailant wearing tactical gloves last weekend in San Francisco. Antifa counter-protesters accused his free speech rally of fascism. Anderson was called a racial slur, lost two teeth, and left bloodied. The alleged attacker has since been arrested and charged with a hate crime-related assault.

The GoFundMe page launched by YouTube personality Adam Crigler with the intent to repair Anderson's teeth had raised over $35,000 before the fundraiser was censored due to fraudulent claims levelled against the organizer.

"Philip Anderson doing fraud using @gofundme with Alex Jones," Berkeley Antifa wrote, captioning a clip of Anderson appearing on InfoWars. At the conclusion of the segment, Anderson noted that excess funds would be allocated towards another conservative assembly against Big Tech.

The Berkeley-based Antifa account previously posted an "alert" to galvanize opposing turnout and solicit tips. "Anti-fascism is self-defense," the Antifa group argued ahead of the demonstration.

Another one of the far-left GoFundMe informants—whose location is listed as "Philip Andersons Tooth Gap" on the private account—called on others: "While we're on the subject of helping comrades, if everyone could report proud boy Philip Anderson's gofundme for fraud, that would be amazing."

"I see what happened here.  For the record, I was the only one who set this up.  Every penny would have gone to Philip for his Teeth.  They are banding together and @gofundme took down my fundraiser.  Nothing about this fundraiser was fraud," Crigler tweeted.

"I didn't violate any rules. As I said, I read through them," Crigler emphasized on his AdamcastIRL podcast Friday. "I've watched Philip stand on the front lines, fighting for free speech for months. He's the only one I know."

Crigler shouted out Anderson who was watching the live stream at the time. "When I see this, they're trying to demonize you. They're reporting the GoFundMe for fraud when there's no fraud involved. I'm the only one who set it up. I talked to you directly and you were the only benefactor for it," Crigler said to the camera.

Citing the evidential videos that circulated on social media, Crigler reenacted viewers' reactions to the unprovoked strike: "Why were they attacking him? 'You didn't fight back. Props to you, man, because you are breaking their narrative.'"

"I wanted to help Philip get his teeth fixed and they sabotaged it," Crigler continued, proposing the hefty expense that dental implants could cost.

Anderson was booted off of Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter without explanation mere hours after the incident when Antifa rioters physically blocked attendees from gathering for his free speech event.

"I kind of have joked about, 'Am I next?'" Crigler press the question to his nearly 200,000 subscribers. "Because they banned Philip like that." Crigler used to co-host Tim Pool's news program but left in August of this year to start his own YouTube channel, mirroring screen names.

Anderson told The Post Millennial: "The GoFundMe was taken down because Big Tech told them to take it down and racist Antifa terrorists and Democrats mass reported it for no reason."

Reaffirming the crowdfunding page's objective, Anderson also planned to donate profits received to fellow free speech crusaders whom "Democrat terrorists injured and put out of work."

GoFundMe failed to issue a reason for the axed campaign, he explained. "After committing an unprovoked hate crime against me by knocking out my teeth and deplatforming me off the Internet for no reason, that still isn't enough for them," Anderson fired.

Anderson went on to expose Facebook for placing "false information" fact checks on the footage of the confrontation or of him injured in the hospital. "They manipulated Google search results so that only fake news hit pieces on me show up and the vast majority of positive news about me is completely hidden."

"Big Tech is America's #1 enemy. They belong behind bars for what they're doing to me. They banned me instead of the person and group that attacked me. And they also won't allow me to fix my teeth. Black Lives DO NOT Matter to Democrats!" Anderson declared.

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