An LGBT activist group known as Gays Against Groomers says that their PayPal and Venmo accounts were shut down, with no explanation as to what part of the user agreement they allegedly violated.
The group tweeted to explain that their accounts had been shut down, and the founder Jaimee Mitchell went on Fox News to explain what was going on: “We’ve never gotten a violation before. They said that we violated, though, their user agreements, which we’re not sure what in the agreement we violated. There was no detailed message to that. Just the notification that we have been banned.”
She added, “They say that they took our account down for discriminatory behavior. But I think that’s exactly what they did to us. I mean, no other LGBT organization would ever be banned from their platform if they fell in line with this agenda. But we don’t, and we’re not scared by this. We’re not intimidated. We’re not going to stop. It only makes us stronger.”
When asked for clarification, “PayPal has a long-standing and consistent Acceptable Use Policy. We take action when we deem that individuals or organizations have violated this policy. Per company policy, PayPal does not disclose specific account information for current or former customers.”
Gays Against Groomers blames “woke homophobia” for the unwarranted attack.