(Joshua Paladino, Headline USA) The financial services company that processes payments for President Donald Trump‘s campaign website revoked its services, citing alleged policy violations, The Wall Street Journal reported.
Stripe, Inc.’s decision will halt Trump’s online fundraising, which has earned hundreds of millions of dollars since he began his fight against the unconstitutional and fraudulent election.
Stripe said that Trump incited violence on Jan. 6, when Congress met to count the Electoral College votes. The company did not provide any evidence for its claim.
Trump told protesters to go home in love and peace immediately after reports emerged that a few bad actors, some associated with terrorist organizations Antifa and Black Lives Matter, entered the Capitol building with the intent of destroying property and stopping the vote count.
The company’s policy says that it will not serve any “high risk” client that “engages in, encourages, promotes or celebrates unlawful violence or physical harm to persons or property.”
Trump did not encourage violence, but instead exercised great restraint, telling his army of supporters to go home rather than stay at the Capitol and risk ongoing confrontations.
The latest move in Big Tech’s coordinated assault on conservatives, free speech, and Trump comes after Amazon, Apple, Google, Twitter, and Facebook colluded to restrict the President of the United States and Parler from their services.