Be on the lookout for the demise of the Black Lives Matter movement. That, I believe, I can very well guarantee.
And I'm grateful. The organization is unquestionably a get-rich-quick scheme, at least for the founders and those closest to them.
You're probably aware of Patrisse Cullors' $6 million home and the millions of dollars that have gone missing, but you're probably unaware of the nepotism that has happened and how she is making her entire family wealthy.
“Newly released tax filings revealed how Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors used charity funds to pay her friends and family large sums for various ‘consulting’ services, as well as charter a private flight,” the Daily Mail reported.
“The documents reveal that BLM paid a company owned by Damon Turner, the father of Cullors’ child, nearly $970,000 to help ‘produce live events’ and provide other ‘creative services.’ The co-founder’s brother, Paul Cullors, received more than $840,000 for providing security services to the foundation,” the UK paper wrote.
By the way, that money for her baby daddy was for "creative services". That's an extremely vague way of saying that she just gave him a ton of money.
Overall, in the time period from July 2020 to June 2021, Black Lives Matter spent more than $37 million. The biggest question is where all of it went. Now we know that a lot of money went to paying her baby daddy and brother, but what else is there? What about really helping others?
Well, as it turns out, Black Lives Matter did donate money to the Trayvon Martin Foundation. She gave them $200,000, which is just a drop in the bucket out of the millions of dollars that Black Lives Matter raised. This is about 20% of what she paid her brother.
The biggest payout that the group made actually contains a likely conflict of interest. She paid $2,167,894 to Bowers Consulting Firm...which is owned by none other than one of the Black Lives Matter board members.
Patrisse Cullors will one day be in prison for money laundering if you ask me. I just hope that day comes sooner rather than later.