Trump-Pence Assassination Fundraiser Discovered On Dark Web [Video]

The Dark Web has turned potentially deadly for the Trump-Pence team. This is because, after an admittedly contentious and divisive election cycle, someone has reportedly set up a Dark Web website to raise money (and collect information) for a Trump-Pence assassination. According to multiple reports, the clearly illegal website "went live" last week, and it has been raising cash to take out the new President-elect and his VP.

As RT reports, the newly uncovered Trump-Pence assassination Dark Web website is next to impossible to trace. That's because that's precisely how the so-called "Dark Web" is designed. Accessible only with the Tor browser, the Dark Web is encrypted in such a way that IP addresses are masked and hidden. This makes the Dark Web notoriously difficult to sift through, meaning it's possible that the Trump-Pence assassination fundraiser creator may never be unmasked.

Reportedly, the Trump-Pence assassination Dark Web website features a photograph of Donald Trump caught in the sights of a gun, and it condemns the election of the Trump-Pence political machine, calling their policies "dangerous."

"As you are all well aware, the consequences of having Donald Trump and Mike Pence as the leaders of the free world is extremely dangerous. The political, environmental and social consequences will change the United States for the worst."
As CSO Online reports, the Trump-Pence assassination fundraising site is simple. It lacks complicated bells and whistles and complicated graphics and the like. Rather, the entire troubling Dark Web website is nothing more than an individual HTML file and the previously described graphic of Donald Trump and Mike Pence in a gun's crosshairs.

In attempting to convince readers to donate to the Trump-Pence assassination fundraiser, the site points out some troubling trends that have reportedly began to occur since Election Day, such as a rise in white supremacists movements.

"...trying to eliminate other Americans of different origins cannot be tolerated. We, as a society have come too far to go back to this."
According to the unidentified creators of the disturbing Dark Web website, the Trump-Pence assassination fundraiser wasn't cooked up by amateurs. The authors of the site claim to have connections to a "well-known" group with a history of protecting human rights. Specifically from being encroached upon by overzealous members of the government and/or overbearing regimes.

The site claims that its method of "protecting the rights" of individuals largely involves cyber warfare.

However, according to the Trump-Pence assassination Dark Web site, whoever is behind the potentially treasonous online campaign doesn't think that attacking the PEOTUS and his VP in the virtual realm will have the desired effect, at least from the standpoint of whoever is behind the website.
" will require much more than cyber attack to defend ourselves to avoid civil war or another world war."
The person (or people) behind the concerning Trump-Pence assassination fundraiser claims to have "assets" in high-ranking posts throughout the government, even the Secret Service and other security outfits. What the Dark Web website claims its creators are lacking are funds.

Visitors to the site are implored to donate to the "cause" of the Trump-Pence assassination and advised that they can do so while keeping their identities a secret. Further, potential donors are given a partial list of what their donations may be used for, including "equipment," human "assets," and bribes.

"If you are like us and wish to see our plan succeed for our society's, children's and planet's sake, you can donate anonymously..."
Anyone who chooses to donate to the Dark Web website must do so using Bitcoin, and according to reports, the wallet alleged associate with the fundraiser has already raised nearly $90,000 since March. However, that may paint the success of the Trump-Pence assassination fund collection in an overly successful light. That's because only $119 has been added to the site's alleged Bitcoin wallet since the Trump-Pence "campaign" went live.

At least one hacker has reportedly claimed that they know the identity of the creator of the controversial site. The hacker has claimed that the person behind the Dark Web Trump-Pence threat is a "scammer" and a Canadian citizen, but revealed no more about the person's alleged identity.

Reportedly, Trump-Pence assassination Dark Web fundraising campaign and website information have been reported to the Secret Service.

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