BLM is a profitable organization and they are raking in the dough.
According to the New York Times, just one Black Lives Matter online petition raked in $5 million in contributions.
The death of George Floyd in Minneapolis has been a gold mine for BLM and other black rights groups.
The New York Times piece above goes on to explain that progressive and racial justice groups have seen a flood of donations since Floyd’s death. As a matter of fact, those infamous bail funds alone have garnered 90 million bucks.
Between Floyd and “Defund The Police”, so much money has been pouring into BLM that they’ve actually had to redirect donors to other causes.
The reason for the cash overflow is that rich celebrities and woke corporations are donating huge sums at an alarming rate. It’s an easy way for liberals to wash away their “white guilt” and score progressive brownie points.
As it stands now, BLM is so filthy rich, they don’t even know exactly how much cash they have… or if they do, they’re not telling anyone.
But where is all that money going? Most people figure that it’s going straight into the Democrat coffers, and they’re probably right.
But is there more to it than just that?
A curious new purchase by BLM co-founder Patrisse Khan-Cullors is now calling into question just how those BLM riches are being spent.
Khan-Cullors just purchased herself a swanky little $1.4 million-dollar Cali pad in a city called Topanga, just outside of Beverly Hills.
The kicker in all of this is that Topanga is an elitist white neighborhood where only 1.4 percent of the population is black.
BLM co-founder Patrisse Khan-Cullors just bought a $1.4 million dollar Cali pad in a predominantly white neighborhood.
BLM is a profitable gig pic.twitter.com/z3XcdIbTGh
— Amy (@RestingTwitFace) April 9, 2021
It’s rather curious that suddenly, Khan-Cullors is able to afford a million-plus home, and that she opted to purchase the home in a rich white neighborhood.
Apparently, all that “white supremacy” and “oppression” can be erased for the small one-time fee of only $1.4 million dollars.
This new house purchase isn’t sitting well with the black community.
Take a look:
Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Khan-Cullors just purchased a million dollar mansion. She pimped the murders of Black folks, especially Black men and boys to get that mansion. BLM founders are after the bag. They don’t care about Black people. That’s why it’s time to purge
— Quinton Blanton ?? (@blanton_quinton) April 9, 2021
The outlet “Black Media Daily” has also taken issue with the home purchase:
With BLM growing in presence and financial power, Khan-Cullors was called on the carpet for what some have called grifting off of Black strategy for financial gain. Due to disagreements over the running of the organization, co-founder Alicia Garza and Opal Tometi split from BLM.
Now the purchase of the $1.4 million-dollar home has resulted in more backlash against Khan-Cullors.
People are questioning why and how Kahn-Cullors is shelling out so much for a home, but the largest chunk of tweets in response to political scientist @JamelTheCreator were devoted to why she might have chosen to buy in Topanga Canyon.
“For somebody that claims to love Black people, it’s kinda strange that she chose a place to live that’s practically devoid of Black people,” a Twitter user wrote.
Some accused her of cashing in on BLM. “She capitalized on that ‘Injustice against Black People’ bag. They’ve been scamming since day 1,” another tweeted.
“This is blood money,” charged another.
Patrisse Khan-Cullors created the BLM hashtag in 2013 after the George Zimmerman acquittal and it’s all been “gravy” since then.
BLM has grown into a “corporation” and a money-making machine, with no end in sight.
As long as there’s strife, angst, and plenty of black victims, the money will keep pouring in, and people like Patrisse will keep getting rich.
If all that outrage goes away elites like Patrisse won’t be able to live in swanky white neighborhoods.
It really makes you wonder about the depths of manipulation and pure evil involved in these so-called “civil rights” movements.