Reports are coming out that BLM co-founder Patrisse Cullors used money donated to BLM to pay her baby’s daddy and others millions of dollars. After the death of George Floyd, woke corporations donated a $90 million dollar piggy bank for Cullors. She paid out $970,000 to a company owned by Damon Turner. Turner is Cullor’s baby daddy. She spent another $840,000 on, a security company owned by her brother, and $2.1 million to her close associate, Shalomyah Bowers.
Cullors has also admitted that she hired her mother, sister, as well as her brother. I’m sure George Floyd will rest easier knowing that Cullors and her family made out like fat rats from his death. Cullors also spent $6 million dollars on a California compound, which she now admits that she used at least twice for private parties. On top of that, she went on a buying spree and purchased three upscale properties personally, but she claims all of the money used in the purchases was her own.
The Washington Free Beacon reports:
This Is Why Black Lives Matter Thinks Tax Disclosures Are ‘Triggering’
The Black Lives Matter foundation has $42 million in net assets, the Associated Press reported on Tuesday. The foundation’s cofounder, self-proclaimed Marxist Patrisse Cullors, used the foundation’s money to pay millions of dollars to family members, friends, and the father of her child.
The Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation in a 990 tax disclosure obtained by the AP reported that it “invested $32 million in stocks from the $90 million it received as donations” thanks to the 2020 race protests. It ended its last fiscal year with $42 million in net assets and has an operating budget of about $4 million.
Under Cullors’s direction, BLM paid out nearly $970,000 to a company owned by Damon Turner, who has a child with Cullors; more than $840,000 to a security firm run by Cullors’s brother; and more than $2.1 million to a consulting firm owned by close Cullors associate Shalomyah Bowers. Cullors admitted the foundation employed her mother and sister as well as her brother.
Cullors this year said just hearing about the 990 disclosure, which all nonprofits are required to fill out, is “triggering.” She said the form is “being literally weaponized against us” and made her feel “deeply unsafe.”
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