“Say it with me, Black Mansions Matter! I want to hear you say it again, Black Mansions Matter!”
Sadly, the Black Mansions Matter fund, I’m sorry, Black Lives Matter fund, is not doing so well. I blame systemic racism, systemic illiteracy, and systemic grifting.
Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation ran an $8.5 million deficit and saw the value of its investment accounts plummet by nearly $10 million in the most recent tax year, financial disclosures show. The group logged a $961,000 loss on a securities sale of $172,000, suggesting the charity weathered a staggering 85 percent loss on the transaction.
Like most lottery winners, BLM didn’t earn the money and had no idea what to do with it except buy stuff.
The group has blown through two-thirds of the $90 million it raised in the wake of George Floyd’s death in the summer of 2020.
BLM spent about $12 million of those funds on luxury homes in Los Angeles and Toronto. That profligacy did not abate in the 2022 fiscal year, when the charity dropped more than $10.5 million on contractors, much of which went to companies linked to Cullors’s friends and family…
Black Lives Matter disclosed last May it had paid Paul Cullors a comparatively meager $841,000 to protect the charity’s swanky $6 million Los Angeles mansion in its 2021 tax year, which Patrisse Cullors used to film herself baking peach cobblers. The charity told the Associated Press it could not entrust its security to the former police officers that staff typical private protection firms.
It’s gonna take a whole bunch of race riots to refill BLM’s coffers, but that’s okay. It’ll also take a whole lot of race riots to put Biden back in the White House. Just think of it as synergy.
Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors has claimed the Los Angeles Police Department is responsible for her cousin’s death during a traffic stop.
Cullors said on Instagram on Tuesday that her cousin, Keenan Anderson, was killed in Venice, a neighborhood in Los Angeles, on Jan. 3…
According to the LAPD, an officer was flagged for a traffic collision on Venice Boulevard on Jan. 3 when he saw Anderson “running in the middle of the street and exhibiting erratic behavior.”
The LAPD said people in the accident told the officer that Anderson had caused the crash.
Can’t imagine why.
When police reach Mr Anderson and attempt to detain him, he is initially compliant before shouting: “Please” and “help” and “they’re trying to George Floyd me!”
“I’ve been challenging law enforcement for the last 22 years […], but I’ve never had someone this close in my family be killed by the police,” Cullors told NPR.
“It’s a devastating reality that any one of us could be impacted by the crisis that is the U.S. police system,” she added. “We have to do something.”
A toxicology report produced by the LAPD showed that Mr Anderson’s blood tested positive for cannabis and cocaine.
It’s hard to put an exact price tag on how many mansions it will take to bring Anderson back. Probably at least 2.
On Jan. 20, Lawyers for Anderson’s 5-year-old son announced they have filed a $50 million claim against the city of Los Angeles over the incident.
Okay, maybe three mansions.
Algorithmic Analyst says
Exactly. They would blow reparations in a similar way. The most important thing is to learn money management skills. Best starting with a low income, learning how to economize and earn more.
Many companies took benefits away from their employees and especially companies still honoring retirement plans to former employees and gave the money to BLM. The company I worked 38 years for announced the end of life insurance and dental benefits and coincidently 2 weeks later presented a check to the leaders of BLM.
Daniel Greenfield says
Horrifyingly evil. But also typical. What better way to make screwing employees seem like a virtue
nice to see the sultan again.
THX 1138 says
It’s harder to win the Ghetto Lottery than it is to win the Powerball jackpot and you have to actually practice human sacrifice to win it. But hey, it’s the ghetto, human sacrifice, black on black genocide, is the way of life.
Jeff Bargholz says
Yeah but they aren’t ghettos, they’re hoods. Nobody forces them to live in them and nobody forces them to be criminal scum.
Algorithmic Analyst says
Human sacrifice was a big part of the culture in West Africa, where the slaves came from.
Onzeur Trante says
So there was no George Floyd scholarship fund after all?
To honor the POS there is a scholarship for drugs.
SPURWING PLOVER says
A fool and his money are soon parted
Martina Vaslovik says
I saw Patrisse Cullors on video saying “We are trained Marxists.” We can see that as they are now running out of other people’s money.
BTW, my information for posting comments here disappeared again and I had to re-enter it again.
These specimens manage everything the same way, this is nothing new. Zimbabwe and South Africa comes to mind, as well as cities run by these. Chicago, Baltimore, NYC anyone? And the future will continue showing their “abilities” in everything they manage to put their fingers on.
Justin Swingle says
Black Lives Matter Hemorrhaged Cash in 2022, Tax Documents Show
It’s unclear if Black Lives Matter paid out lucrative contracting fees to Cullors’s friends and family past June 2022. The charity brought on a new board of directors last summer led by nonprofit adviser Cicley Gay, who has filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy three times since 2005.
This is my not shocked face >:-O
Its not surprising why things fail because of the evil intentions, Evil will not get by with their sins forever.