• October 27, 2021

Cop Is Suspended For Mocking LeBron James; Then Then His GoFundMe EXPLODES Past $120k

The left is a soul-sucking, no-fun zone, and they just proved it again by ensuring that Officer Nate Silvester of Idaho was suspended over a funny TikTok that went viral.

In case, you do not remember the viral video was posted last week, and it mocked LeBron James and his absurd comments concerning the Makhia Bryant incident. In fact, James didn’t make just absurd comments but he literally put a hit out on the cop that was involved in the shooting but of course, the NBA star gets a free pass.

Here is the video:


Funny, right?

Ok, I will play devil’s advocate and say he should not have posted the video while on patrol or in uniform, but LITERALLY, IT WAS JUST A JOKE.

However, James can put essentially dox a cop and he just gets, waits a minute, NOTHING. LeBron gets not ONE penalty. Backlash. Suspension. Loss of any endorsements and the list goes on. Officer Silvester, on the other hand, the man that is making a small salary only to be disrespected, threatened, and wonder if his next traffic stop will be his last is the one on suspension.

Anyways, after Silvester was suspended, some amazing people gathered together to put a GoFund Me up and it has exploded.

To the dismay of the entire left, they fundraised over $70k in 24 hours. Once it hit that milestone, they decided to donate additional proceedings to the families of fallen officers and the fund then surged to over $120k!

“Nate is beside himself!,” Ward says in the GoFundMe post.

“He is SO GRATEFUL for everyone’s donations. He was literally speechless. He has decided to donate a portion to the charity The First Responders Children’s Foundation, a charity for the families of fallen officers and first responders. Therefore, I’m upping the goal again!” he says.

Look below at the current total as of 3:45 pm PST:

If you’d like to continue driving the left insane, consider donating to the fund here.

There is nothing more that would infuriate LeBron James more than knowing that money is going to cops and their families!



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