MO AG Schmitt Seyz GoFundMe Shouldn't Change Rules For 'Freedom Convoy' Vs. BLM

Just now Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt offered a bold comparison regarding tech donations and political equity.

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"This week we issued a civil investigative demand, which is the equivalent of a subpoena to GoFundMe to get to the bottom of this. And I think it's important to put this in a broader context. No. 1, these Big Tech giants are not above the law . . . When you hold yourself out there as a company that's going to take donations and give it to a cause people are choosing. You don't get to change the rules in the middle of the game. They certainly didn't do that for the Black Lives Matter protests last summer".

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Missouri AG on GoFundMe shutting down donations to Canadian truckers: 'Big Tech giants are not above the law'

Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt joined " Varney & Co." Friday to discuss his investigation into GoFundMe after the platform restricted the Canadian Freedom Convoy donations, arguing " Big Tech giants are not above the law." ERIC SCHMITT: CNN ANALYST BACKTRACKS AFTER CALLING FOR CANADIAN TRUCKERS TO HAVE THEIR TIRES SLASHED Secondly, working people have had enough of this.