Anita Sarkeesian on Pace for Embarrassing Crowdfunding Fail
I surveyed Anita Sarkeesian’s latest crowdfunding
scam attempt last night, and it doesn’t look good. Admittedly, she picked up a lot of funding today (almost $27,000 or so), thanks to some key pimping by SJW goons like Frank Cifaldi. Still, if you look at Anita’s haul so far, it’s not too impressive:
Sarkeesian has about half of her fundraising clock left, but as you can see, she’s coming in well under 50%. There is a slight caveat to all that, though. She’s using a service called Seed & Spark. One of their features is that you only have to collect 80% of your goal in order to collect. Perhaps that’s why the notoriously fraudulent frontwoman of Feminist Frequency decided to use them in the first place…
I would have to mark this down as a struggling campaign. Do I think it will fail in the end? I would still probably say no, only because I imagine Anita the Fraud will pull out every single stop imaginable in order to at least get to the 80% threshold. If she failed to collect anything out of this effort, with almost the entire mainstream press in her corner, it would be embarrassment on a massive scale. It should be noted that she’s behind the pace needed to get to 80% as of tonight, so my headline is accurate.
Still, I’m going to be keeping a close eye on her tally as we head into the homestretch. You better believe I will be here to kickoff the celebration if she falls short. Even failing to get to 100% will be worth a post, in my opinion. I’d rather see her get zero, of course, but that would be a major league black-eye.
We’ll see how it goes.
UPDATE: I see how Anita jumped up in funding so quickly now…
So Tim Schafer just donated 30K donation to Anita sarkeesian follow the money and watch her promote his new game. pic.twitter.com/ZWmC1T2wyF
— Oracle (@ChloeNolann) March 22, 2016
I wonder why someone would give 25 grand to Anita Sarkeesian.
He must be doing it out of the goodness of his heart. pic.twitter.com/KtbOtnYtIW
— Best Mom Eva (@mombot) March 23, 2016