Family Research Council hate group President Tony “Princess Tiny Meat” Perkins:
PayPal may be the Left’s friend, but it’s no pal of North Carolina’s! The money transfer service announced this morning that it’s canceling the company’s Charlotte expansion because the state won’t force young girls to share bathrooms and showers with grown men. Company CEO Dan Schulman is so outraged that North Carolina listened to its people and not out-of-state radicals that he’s moving his new branch to a different location. Good riddance! Anyone with half a brain shouldn’t want that kind of extremism operating out of North Carolina anyway. There was a time, not too long ago, when most corporations would have probably moved out of a state if it did allow such lunacy.
Now that Big Business has been co-opted by LGBT activists, it’s not just demanding — but punishing — anyone who thinks the safety and privacy of our daughters is too much to pay for political correctness. PayPal CEO Dan Schulman lashed out at the legislature, Governor Pat McCrory (R), and the 70 percent of the state that supported the move, arguing that H.B. 2 “perpetrates discrimination, and it violates the values and principles that are at the core of PayPal’s mission and culture.” So PayPal values government intrusion and interference? Because that’s what North Carolina is trying to prevent.
But guess what kids?
Tiny Tony and he Family Research Council prominently offers PayPal as a hate donation option. (see pic above)
So lets look at PayPal’s Prohibited Activities….
You may not use the PayPal service for activities that:
1.violate any law, statute, ordinance or regulation.
2.relate to transactions involving (a) narcotics, steroids, certain controlled substances or other products that present a risk to consumer safety, (b) drug paraphernalia, (c) cigarettes, (d) items that encourage, promote, facilitate or instruct others to engage in illegal activity, (e) stolen goods including digital and virtual goods, (f) the promotion of hate, violence, racial intolerance or the financial exploitation of a crime, (g) items that are considered obscene, (h) items that infringe or violate any copyright, trademark, right of publicity or privacy or any other proprietary right under the laws of any jurisdiction, (i) certain sexually oriented materials or services, (j) ammunition, firearms, or certain firearm parts or accessories, or (k) certain weapons or knives regulated under applicable law
We encourage you to report violations of this Acceptable Use Policy to PayPal immediately. If you have a question about whether a type of transaction may violate the Acceptable Use Policy, you can email PayPal’s AUP Compliance Department at: email@example.com.
You all know what to do.