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Woman reportedly scammed money out of Republicans by pretending to be a Trump supporter

Monica Otayza
Nov 07, 2018
09:33 P.M.
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This woman made thousands of dollars from scamming Republicans after she set up a GoFundMe while announcing that she was a Trump supporter. 

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The "Make America Great Again" or "MAGA" movement is extremely supportive of the black community joining in on their cause, especially since the influences of Candance Owens and Kanye West prove that the system is supposedly not racist. 

Over the past few months, social media has been a playground for Republicans, who have started campaigns like "#WalkAway", which aims to have Democrats, Independents, and minorities to finally see the light and join the Republican party. Last month, they saw a black college student named Quran supporting their cause. 

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She tweeted, along with a photo of her wearing a MAGA bucket hat:

“I will not hide any longer,, the left has made us feel as if us black republicans should hide!! but not anymore!! #BlacksForTrump #WalkAway #maga” 

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The tweet soon went viral, and she got internet famous. However, things started to turn sour for Quran when her own parents allegedly disowned her, kicked her out of the house, and refused to continue paying for her schooling. In the end, she set up a GoFundMe asking for financial support from her newfound friends, the Republicans. 

“[I]f you can find it in your hearts to help this young, black republican pay for school it would be appreciated."

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It turns out, she raised enough money for tuition, rent, and the equivalent of 17 iPhones. 

However, less than three hours after she claimed that she was officially disowned by her family, the student revealed that the text messages and the hat were used to troll these Republicans and teach them a lesson. 

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Ever since she shared her revelation, applause from all over the world started pouring in. 

In the end, she revealed to Intelligencer that she actually did not receive a lot of money from the group, and if she did, she refunded it and has been in coordination with the IRS. 

“I just honestly didn’t want to take their money. Yeah, I can’t pay for school but I don’t want Republican money to pay for it. I just want everyone to think I’m the finesse queen, which I am.”

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