In the past few years, the number of paramilitary groups has increased in the United States, during which time their members have been on the southern border of the United States and have been arguing for assistance to US border patrols.
The New Mexico State Attorney General issued a statement on Thursday that these people should not attempt to exercise enforcement powers, and the Border Patrol also issued a statement saying that it does not “approve or forgive” private groups or organizations to hold law enforcement issues in their hands.
Now, technology companies are taking action, and several companies, including Paypal and GoFundMe, are beginning to cut financial support for these right-wing organizations. Paypal confirmed that the organization’s account had been permanently suspended. The right-wing organization then issued a letter of help on Facebook asking the donor to mail a check or money order directly to them, stating that the source of the funds was cut off was a major loss - obtaining funds in remote areas The cost is expensive, and the group typically uses the funds obtained from these payment platforms to purchase food, gas and other “war preparations”.
A Paypal spokesperson said in a statement to Buzzfeed News that the organization violated their "acceptable use policy", which prohibits "discrimination or violence, racial or other forms of intolerance, which are discriminatory or Assistance with crime."