Democrats Accused of ‘Funding Fascism’ After Raising Money for Firebombed GOP Office in NC

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By Andrew Stiles | 4:14 pm, October 17, 2016

A Republican field office in North Carolina was firebombed and vandalized with Nazi graffiti over the weekend. Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump offered their takes on social media.

Some Democrats thought the were doing the right thing when they tried to put partisanship aside and organized a Go Fund Me campaign to raise enough money to reopen the GOP office that was bombed.

“No matter the result, this is not how Americans resolve their differences,” read a message on the fundraising website. “We talk, we argue, sometimes we march, and most of all we vote. We do not resort to violence by individuals or by mobs.”

The campaign was successful, raising more than $10,000 in less than an hour. The result was cheered by organizers, who thought they were doing a good thing.

However, not everyone was happy about the “non-partisan” fundraising effort. They were plenty of critics who were outraged that these Democrats had just done a thing that was NOT good. Some accused the non-partisan fundraising of supporting “fascism” by giving money to the Republican Party.


Remember: If you think you’re doing a good thing, stay off Twitter for a while. Otherwise you might learn that the thing you’re doing is bad.