America First Patriot Jaden McNeil BANNED From PayPal Without Explanation
America First activist and Kansas State University student Jaden McNeil has been kicked off PayPal for no discernible reason.
PayPal sent McNeil an email saying he violated their User Agreement, though without any explanation of how he did so.
“After a review, we decided to permanently limit your account as we found a potential risk associated with it. You’ll not be able to use PayPal to send and receive money or shop online,” one message said. “We noticed activity in your account that’s inconsistent with our User Agreement and we no longer offer you PayPal services,” another message said.
“PayPal just banned me. F*** Big Tech,” McNeil wrote on Twitter with a screenshot of an email saying “You can no longer use PayPal.”
Posting a second screenshot, McNeil added: “This is what happens when you rally for Our President [sic].”
Former Big League Politics Senior Reporter Pete D’Abrosca weighed in on McNeil’s ban saying: “We will all be banished from civil society soon because ‘free markets’ or something.” And Lauren Witzke, former Republican challenger to Senator Chris Coons, wrote: “Will the GOP finally do something or keep hiding under their desks?”
We will all be banished from civil society soon because “free markets” or something https://t.co/OzJDhv2JxC
— Pete D’Abrosca (@pdabrosca) November 17, 2020
Big League Politics previously wrote about McNeil getting kicked out of a public Zoom meeting held by his university for asking if white lives mattered:
Kansas State University student and conservative activist Jaden McNeil was booted out of a public Zoom meeting held by the university’s Diversity and Inclusion program for daring to ask if white lives mattered.
KSU also livestreamed the meeting on YouTube, but curiously enough the video has now been set to “private.”
In response to the livestream, the Kansas State Democrats slurred McNeil as a purveyor of “white supremacist ideals” and renewed their call for him to be expelled, even though KSU cannot expel him because of its nature as a public university.
McNeil retorted, “You’re not allowed to say ‘White lives matter’ without them attacking you as a white supremacist and calling for you to be expelled. I thought college was supposed to be about the free exchange of ideas? Guess not!”