When Donald Trump does give money it is for an evil cause.
As Donald Trump's personal foundation looks more and more like a slush fund, we find out that one of the charities he supports is the Anti-Vaxx movement. The Donald gave money to Jenny McCarthy's idiotic Generation Rescue.
Via the Daily Beast:
His monetary support for the conspiracy theory came in the form of a $10,000 check to an anti-vaccine charity run by former Playboy model and television host Jenny McCarthy.
Trump’s monetary and moral support for McCarthy’s discredited ideas have real, harmful effects—they contribute to the mainstreaming of a conspiracy theory at a time when parents are increasingly deciding to opt out of vaccines despite medical advice.
Not vaccinating your children is as dangerously stupid as voting for Donald.
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