Fundraiser Explodes As Candace Owens Steps In To Help Officer Fired For Donating $25 To Rittenhouse

Fundraiser Explodes As Candace Owens Steps In To Help Officer Fired For Donating $25 To Rittenhouse


A fundraiser started by Candace Owens has raised more than $230,000 for a police lieutenant who was fired after a data leak showed he donated $25 to support teenager Kyle Rittenhouse.

Owens set a goal Sunday of $100,000, but quickly surpassed it — more than doubling the benchmark and still climbing.

Norfolk, Virginia, Police Lt. William Kelly was fired in April after The Guardian leaked the names of police officers and public officials who donated to a defense fund for Rittenhouse, The Blaze reported. Kelly reportedly donated $25, using his department-issued email address when making the donation anonymously.

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“God bless,” Kelly wrote to accompany his donation. “Thank you for your courage. Keep your head up. You’ve done nothing wrong. Every rank and file police officer supports you. Don’t be

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