After 15 years of generating money for the platform, the PayPal online payment processing service made the decision to drop Infowars Friday without so much as a hint of what content offended their policy guidelines.

In a taped phone call, a PayPal representative told Infowars our content violated their “acceptable use” policy.

“We undertook a really extensive review of the site,” the PayPal rep said. “We did find instances that promoted hate and discriminatory intolerance against certain communities and religions, which in itself is in violation of the prohibited activity set out in our policy.”

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As reported earlier, PayPal did not note specific examples of the content that violated their policy, instead using the nebulous and vague “hate” label to describe our offending material.

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