It’s taken two years, but media reporters have finally woken up to the corrupt money-raising racket that goes by the name of Black Lives Matter.
Stephen Crockett of the HuffPost, has written an eye-opening essay called “The Business of Black Death.”
He points out that in 2020, Black Lives Matter took in $90 million with precious little evidence of where the money went.
New York Magazine reports the group took $6 million of donations secretly buy a 6,500 square foot mansion in Los Angeles. Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors, a self-avowed Marxist, purchased four homes for some $3.2 million. Right on cue, Cullors responded by saying it was both “sexist” and “racist,” to challenge how the money has been spent. These shysters are very adept at deflecting criticism.
The late Darren Seals, a fierce opponent of police brutality in Ferguson, Mo., complained for years that BLM was “just collecting checks” and that none of the programs have for “the youth or funerals or other programs…We are back at square one, back where we started. No justice, no nothing.”