Washington Post Harasses People Who Donated $40 to ‘Freedom Convoy’ After GiveSendGo Breach


The Washington Post is now contacting people who donated $40 to the ‘Freedom Convoy’ and asking why they did so.

Christian crowdfunding platform GiveSendGo was back online Tuesday after being hacked by crazy leftists.

The platform has been under attack for hosting a fundraiser for the Canadian trucker Freedom Convoy and refusing to comply with an order from the Canadian government to freeze the funds.

On Tuesday, GiveSendGo released a statement on social media about the cyberattack.

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“Sunday evening, February 13th, GiveSendGo was attacked by malicious actors attempting to eliminate the ability of its users to raise funds. There was a broadcasted breech showing one such actor illegally hacking into GiveSendGo and distributing the names and emails of the donors of the Freedom Convoy Campaign. However, no credit card information was leaked. No money was stolen,” the statement continued.

— GiveSendGo (@GiveSendGo) February 15, 2022

Now the Washington Post is harassing the Freedom Convoy donors and asking why contributed to the campaign.

The Washington Post is contacting people whose donation info was leaked and who gave as little as 40 dollars to the truckers to ask them why they did so

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— Saagar Enjeti (@esaagar) February 16, 2022

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