In the past month, President Donald Trump has been faced with the challenge of dealing with a caravan of illegal immigrants storming the border. The caravan, mostly coming from Central America, is being organized by a group called Pueblo Sin Fronteras, translated to “People Without Borders.”
While there is no surefire way to track the exact funding of the group, it clearly has support with at least good media coverage from media outlets with ties to George Soros. But it is clear who is facilitating the transactions from supporters, and that is PayPal.
Big League Politics informed PayPal about the group hosting a link to a PayPal account accepting donations to support the caravans.
— Luke Rohlfing (@lukerohlfing) April 4, 2018
After a series of private messages, and a promised email response that never came, the PayPal account of the group appears to be up and active. Not only that, they created another account for the express written purpose of supporting the caravans.
The group actively helping people illegally caravan across Mexico to the United States border seems to be in violation of PayPal’s own Acceptable Use Policy, stating:
You may not use the PayPal service for activities that:
- violate any law, statute, ordinance or regulation.
This was told to PayPal, who promised to escalate this situation, but has since gone silent for nearly a month.
This differs in comparison to responses from PayPal for other violations of their Acceptable Use Policy. They have a strict rule against the sale of firearms, and have enforced those viciously.