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12 December 2017, 06:02 | Rose Hansen
"When a stranger starts a campaign and does not have a direct connection to the individual they're raising money for, funds are collected by our payment processors, held, and then only released only to the person named as the beneficiary".
"This is about a kid who's been bullied and not just one kid, Keaton, there are many unspoken cases about kids being bullied".
Keaton Jones, a young boy from Tennessee, shared his experiences with bullying in a tearful video that went viral over the weekend.
Hats off to you, Mr. Herbstreit.
Much ink has been spilled about bullying in the internet age, but Keaton's video underscored that the old-fashioned variety - the cafeteria taunts, the physical violence - is still very much alive.
In his video, through his tears, Keaton told viewers: "If you are made fun of, just don't let it bother you".
His mother recorded video of him in the auto, telling her about the bullying he'd just gone through.
In the video, Keaton says he had milk poured on him and food thrown at him during lunch in the school's cafeteria. "Stay strong, I guess". I can't even say for sure that any of what's being said is true.
"We all know how it feels to want to belong", Jones said in her post, "but only a select few know how it really feels not to belong anywhere".
Ironically, the first lady's visit was in support of a "No One Eats Alone Day" event, which encouraged students not to leave anyone out at lunchtime by finding new friends to eat lunch with - a campaign created to help prevent bullying.
"As many of you know I paused the donations as well as the comments". In some well-publicized cases in recent years, bullying has been so vicious that victims have killed themselves.
Dr. Phil was moved to tweet out his encouragement and support to Keaton, offering to walk the halls of his school with him and to sit down and eat lunch.
Some called Kimberly Jones' alleged post racist and said they no longer had sympathy for Keaton.
"Apologies again to those tweets I can't get to", she wrote.
"No child should ever feel hungry, stalked, frightened, terrorized, bullied, isolated or afraid, with nowhere to turn", the first lady said.
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