Facebook whistleblower raises $500,000 to support family after getting fired for leaking internal documents

Facebook insider Morgan Kahmann went public with information about the social media giant enacting a vaccine content censorship scheme.

Nick Monroe Cleveland Ohio

It was last Friday that Project Veritas shared an internal meeting hosted by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and executive Heidi Swartz. The topic itself being leadership's response to recent leaks from Project Veritas about Facebook’s internal effort to censor vaccine-related content.

Swartz serves as Facebook's VP Deputy General Counsel for Employment Law and Investigations. She responded to the release by asserting the intent of the leaker was because he didn't like the direction the company chose to go in. Swartz says personal information about employees and "org charts" were released as well.

Zuckerberg publicly boasted about finding the source of the leak in this case, being Facebook whistleblower Morgan Kahmann, and firing the young father.

The fundraising effort that started afterward, from Christian crowdfunding site GiveSendGo, was a success. Kahmann raised over $500,000 for his family to live off of, including his wife who is seven months pregnant and two-year-old son.

Such a move demonstrates that the public is willing to work as a safety net, if Facebook staff are being intimidated into not leaking internal company policy moves out of fear for their job stability.

Morgan Kahmann posted the announcement today, marking the reach of his goal:

"These words have been proven beyond my wildest expectations in the last couple weeks. The flood of donations, prayers and distribution of my story in the past weeks has been nothing short of a miracle. There is a silent majority in this country who believe in truth and morality, and they have made themselves heard. My wife and I were uncertain when all this began, we were afraid of where this may take us, and how we could maintain stability for our family. Those worries have been taken care of by like-minded people donating to my fundraiser from around the globe. My family and I now have the resources to secure stability for ourselves, and we look forward to spreading this message of hope and providence."


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