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Discussion in 'Politics & Government' started by Tom Galty, Jul 6, 2019.
That would be known as a Congressional investigation.
And youboob would happily allow it because nothing gets censored unless it's a conservative voice.
I was thinking about all the things that parents do to their kids and the story of the mother who dresses her 10 year old son in drag came to mind.
I can’t remember the name so I tried to google it and behold, there’s a lot of mothers who exploit their sons by dressing them in drag but the one I am thinking about also makes a ton of money by him performing on the stages of gay clubs.
Now, think of this. One mother and father dresses and scripts their daughter to perform satire whilst another parent dresses the son up in drag to act on a stage whereby questionable sexuality is the name of the game.
One set of parents gets death threats (probably from the left) whilst the left praises the other and encourages more of it.
The whole mindset is definitely in a subar situation. (Subar? Screwed up beyond all recognition).
Was sad to see deaths threats against a Nine year old child because she was funny and nothing nasty about her.
Says a lot about those who issued these threats.
Maybe if they have a consance(sp) they can donate.
That's a noble cause, but why not donate directly to St. Judes? GoFundMe has high fees so whatever is donated, they get a cut.
Yes you are right.
But I think that a lot of people would not think of donating to Charitie they are not personal involved in or heard of
But because of the fame of this girl they might get a few or a lot more donating.
I would be seriously skeptical about donating to almost ANY of those GoFundMe type of organizations. So many people are scamming others with them now.
All someone has to is set up an account with pictures of some person or family that has suffered a disaster, and ask for donations. The donations go to the GFM account and then to the person who sets up the donation account, and sometimes, the person whom the donation is for has no idea that this was even done, and they do not receive any money.
I am not saying that this particular one is a scam, and I haven’t even looked to see if it might be; but it is always good to make sure that you are donating to someone that you actually know who the money is going to.
Several years ago, I had friends who were moving from Idaho to Alaska, and the husband was disabled from a stroke he had suffered. another person started a GFM account that was supposed to help Mike and Debbie get a wheelchair-accessible van for the trip, but it ended up that they didn’t even know about the account, and never received any money from the people who did donate, and actually wanted to help them out with the big move.
I would never donate to any personal so called charity unless I knew the person involved but only to bonafide registered ones.