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The latest round of lawsuits and accusations has Black Lives Matter leaders fighting over tens of millions of dollars in assets. After raising $90 million, the racist hate group’s previous IRS filing shows that it still had $42 million. The real story however is why a hate group inciting terrorism against America while flouting financial regulations was ever tax-exempt.
The answer is contained inside the David Horowitz Freedom Center’s latest pamphlet, Internal Radical Service by David Horowitz and Discover the Networks mastermind John Perazzo.
From BLM to Zuckerbucks, Internal Radical Service exposes the leftist corruption and the selective enforcement by the IRS that enabled the hijacking of the tax code. While conservative organizations face relentless IRS investigations, radical leftist operations like Black Lives Matter are allowed to freely operate while dodging any consequences for even the worst abuses.
While American communities were burning, police officers were being murdered and innocent people beaten in the streets, the IRS remained uninterested in the convoluted mechanisms through which the race riots were being funded and the race rioters were being enabled.
As Horowitz and Perazzo write in Internal Radical Service, “throughout the mayhem and criminal violence orchestrated by Black Lives Matter, the I.R.S and its commissioner, Charles Rettig, watched from afar and did nothing to prevent taxpayer monies from being used to bail out those Black Lives Matter thugs who had been arrested for breaking the law.”
Tax code regulations specifically state that “exempt purposes may generally be equated with the public good, and violations of law are the antithesis of the public good”. They clearly lay out that, “violation of constitutionally valid laws is inconsistent with exemption under IRC 501(c)(3)” and that “planned activities that violate laws are not in furtherance of a charitable purpose”.
But despite a long sequence of BLM-linked violence and the refusal by its racist leaders to condemn the violence or call for an end to the rioting, Internal Radical Service lays out how the IRS not only failed to take any action against the financial sponsors and enablers, including Thousand Currents and the Ford Foundation, but after the worst of the violence had passed actually granted BLM non-profit status and made it a 501(c)(3) leading to the current mess.
As Internal Radical Service documents, “That newly conferred tax-exempt status made it legally necessary for BLM to submit an annual filing to the IRS known as Form 990, disclosing information about its donors and expenditures. But BLM submitted no such forms in either 2020 or 2021.” And the same IRS which has vigorously targeted conservative non-profits did little to hold BLM accountable even when millions were going to the family of its “trained Marxist” co-founder, Patrisse Cullors.
But it’s not just Black Lives Matter.
Internal Radical Service shows in great detail how the left’s spectrum of domestic radical change is enabled by a vast network of nonprofits who openly flout the tax code’s restrictions on political campaigning, on abiding by the law and maintaining the public good.
Horowitz and Perazzo delve into how Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg pushed hundreds of millions of ‘Zuckerbucks’ into the election to help the Democrats with no IRS interference.
“All these millions of Zuckerberg dollars, underwritten by American taxpayers, drew no attention from I.R.S. Commissioner Charles Rettig or the I.R.S. investigating teams whose responsibility it was to see that taxpayer-supported operations like the Zuckerberg ‘charities’ were not intervening in American election campaigns,” they write.
When it comes to the country’s mass illegal invasion crisis, that too is subsidized by American taxpayers under the benevolent eye of the ‘Internal Radical Service’.
The pamphlet shows how nonprofits funded flights bringing illegal aliens into vulnerable communities across the country. “Using tax-exempt foundations to defraud taxpayers into subsidizing an illegal invasion of the United States was only possible because of the collusion of the White House and the I.R.S. in supporting this subversion of the American immigration system,” Horowitz and Perazzo warn in the Freedom Center’s new pamphlet expose.
Beyond the overtly political nonprofits are the massive arrays of academic institutions which aggressively promote leftist national transformation and discriminate against conservatives.
As David Horowitz writes in the introduction, “The existence of this multi-billion-dollar network of culture-shaping institutions and activists, beginning with the corruption of America’s universities and schools and their conversion into indoctrination and recruitment centers for anti-capitalist and anti-American causes, explains how the American spectrum has shifted away from the founding principles of the nation, transformed the Democrat Party, and led to the crises we face.”
From open borders to the radical environmentalism that has sent energy prices skyrocketing to academic indoctrination and medical racism, Internal Radical Service shows how IRS complicity and collaboration have enabled leftists to conduct a tax-exempt war on America.
But Internal Radical Service doesn’t just point out problems: it also offers bold solutions.
The David Horowitz Freedom Center has begun an educational campaign to expose the IRS. A similar campaign in the late 90s helped dramatically roll back IRS abuses. But far beyond that, Horowitz advocates significant reforms to the IRS and the tax code to ensure that regulations are applied in a politically neutral fashion, that academic institutions become viewpoint neutral as well and that the hijacked foundations that maintain the Left, like the Ford Foundation, should have to sunset if they continue to fund partisan instead of charitable causes.
IRS Code 527, Horowitz and Perazzo write, “allows multi-billionaire George Soros to have access to tax-exempt funds and participate in the Democracy Alliance, an organization composed of dozens of millionaires and billionaires who contribute massive sums of money each year to support the Democrat Party.” Take that away and the game changes.
And that’s what the Left and its radical allies in the IRS are really terrified of.
Internal Radical Service is a shot across the bow of the monstrous network that Horowitz had begun to expose in his groundbreaking co-written book, The New Leviathan. Following up on that work, Internal Radical Service exposes the latest abuses and offers sound prescriptions for rolling back the radical tax-exempt empire overseen by the Internal Radical Service.
And its war on America.