Tuesday, June 23, 2015
Fraudulent Go Fund Me Removed
This morning, the fraudulent Go Fund Me, "Relentlessly Gay" has been taken down.
After reaching more than $43,000 from a fake hate note, blaming Christians, Julie Baker's scam has come down. It is not known if any charges have been filed as yet from Baltimore police.
Also being hit is the "Relentlessly Gay" group, which posted angry comments to those who thought the $43,000 would be better off spent on preventing gay teen suicide, or other charities, as it appears this group was beginning to start a "socio-business" venture with Relentlessly Gay t-shirts, Relentlessly Gay bracelets, Relentlessly Gay backyard lights, and so on.
Regarding the analysis, and those who questioned Baker, they labeled as "hateful" detractors from the "cause" rather than people of discernment saving others from being victims of fraud.
Once the fund raising went past the $5,000 stated mark, a frantic feeding frenzy took over with militant language of competitive hostility.
Money has a way of doing this, and the use of "hate language" as a defense.
Lies are always destructive and even money donated anonymously is electronically returned to its rightful owners.