Last week, Dana Loesch announced that a fundraising page had been set up to raise reward money for information about the union thug who assaulted Steven Crowder. Donors had pooled together over $7000. But this afternoon, Loesch revealed that the page has been taken down essentially without explanation:

Crowder donation page

Loesch writes on her blog that Indiegogo, the fundraising platform, has flagged and “frozen” the campaign. So far, according to Loesch, no word on the reason for the freeze, nor has Indiegogo made clear whether the donations were processed. We sincerely hope that Indiegogo recognizes its error and gets the page back up and running.



Twitterer Jeryl Bier has found a cached version of the fundraising page, which reveals that donations had actually exceeded $9,000 before the page was frozen:

  • Bullet Tooth Tony

    There really isn’t any need for it any more – the man’s home address has been offered on a silver platter, and nobody cared.

  • BeyondPolls

    What a coincidence…not.

  • Guest

    The power and reach of these unions is basicly limitless. Blocking an attempt to bring someone to justice is, in itself, a crime, (or it should be). Shine the light, people, otherwise, they win.

  • Danny Wheeler

    Talk about cowardice! The dude who assaulted Crowder needs to be caught!

  • detroit19

    ‘Gangsters, thugs and thieves’…Wait! I might want to copy write this. Think I might get Cher to sing this version?

  • vfrtower

    IndieThugGo says “Thanks for the nine grand!”

  • he_who_scoffs_at_danger

    I can do nothing with this, but “SeamusRomney” is the “NicoleGenette”/”P J Nicolatore” troll from the Weinergate thing.

    He got banned from TPM earlier today for trying to float a faked screenshot:

    Note the number of subscribers versus the time signature of the comment. If the number of subscribers is accurate, the screenshot was taken three days ago, but the comment is from three years ago. Needless to say, if you slog through all 41 pages of comments to find it, you’ll also find that the Crowder comment is a fake.

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  • he_who_scoffs_at_danger

    Here is a frame-by-frame debunking of the “Crowder punched first” conspiracy theory: