Popular crowdfunding platform Kickstarter has allowed a violence-inciting project titled “Always Punch Nazis,” which defines people who “want to tell you that Donald J. Trump is just trying to Make America Great Again” as “Nazis,” to collect money on its platform despite the fact that the project breaks the site’s terms of service.
The creators of Always Punch Nazis address rising issues in America and how to handle bigots who want to oppress various citizens,” it continued, adding, “You will learn the most effective way to punch a Nazi, a historical adventure about what happens when you continuously turn the other cheek, how fighting for what’s right can be passed down through many generations, and many more fun tales about standing up for what is right.”
In fact, the description explicitly labels people who “want to tell you that Donald J. Trump is just trying to Make America Great Again” as being worthy of a punch.
Hollywood director and producer Judd Apatow declared in June that President Trump “is a Nazi.”
“We are not associated with this project,” the organization proclaimed, and its logo was removed from the Kickstarter page shortly after.