Horrible People

There is an old church building in Manhattan. The congregation can no longer afford its upkeep, so they agreed to sell it for $30 million, which they planned to use for feeding the homeless and other worthy charitable aims. But actor Mark Ruffalo, ‘comedian’ Amy Schumer, and other rich and powerful celebrities, ONCE REHEARSED THERE and so have blocked the sale of the property in court. These multimillionaires could have simply BOUGHT the property of course — problem solved! — but instead went to court and also started a crowdfunding campaign so that OTHER PEOPLE could pay to keep their cherished space intact. Ruffalo, so deeply moved by the issue, contributed an entire ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS while meanwhile, the court deprives the property owners of the right to sell and the homeless in New York City go hungrier.

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