And as to be expected, this censorship push is being driven by Big Pharma, which has effectively slithered its tentacles into GoFundMe's leadership structure.
GoFundMe spokesman Bobby Whithorne now claims that campaigns that try to raise money for people who've been injured by vaccines, for instance, are somehow promoting "misinformation about vaccines" that "violate[s] GoFundMe's terms of service," and thus must be removed. And who's behind these terms of service? Big Pharma, of course!
As it turns out, GoFundMe was acquired for $600 million back in 2015 by an investment group known as Accel Partners, which just so happens to also be heavily invested in the pharmaceutical industry. In other words, because fundraising campaigns that draw attention to the dangers and ineffectiveness of vaccines directly impact a major segment of Accel's portfolio, these campaigns must be stopped – freedom of speech be damned!