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Convicted Domestic Terrorist Susan Rosenberg Allegedly on Fundraising Board for BLM, Tucker Carlson Reports


Susan Rosenberg is a convicted domestic terrorist who was caught in possession of thousands of pounds of explosives.

She was sentenced to 58 years in prison, but was released after 16 years.


Bill Clinton pardoned her during his last day in office.

Now, Rosenberg is accused of leading the fundraising efforts for Black Lives Matter.

Fox News' Tucker Carlson broke the story.

YouTube is accused of taking down the original video of Carlson's reporting (more on that below), but another viewer has re-uploaded the segment.

You can view it below:

Susan Rosenberg serves on the board for Thousand Currents, which is responsible for the global funraising efforts of the actual BLM organization.

Now, Rudy Giuliana has chimed in, saying that Black Lives Matter "will be proven to be a terrorist organization."

According to the Daily Mail:

Rudy Giuliani has slammed New York Mayor Bill De Blasio's commission of a Black Lives Matter mural outside Trump Tower and accused the group of being a terror organization.

'Black Lives Matter is an organization run by three Marxists and financed by a convicted terrorist – who I happened to have convicted, who got 58 years in jail and got a corrupt pardon from Bill Clinton,' Donald Trump's lawyer Giuliani said on Hannity on Friday.

'This is not a benign organization. I can’t say yet that we can prove it’s a terrorist organization. It's certainly a violent organization and I believe in the course of time it will be shown to be a terrorist organization,' he added.

Black Lives Matter is an organized movement that advocates for non-violent civil disobedience to protest police brutality against African-American people.

The movement started with the use of the hashtag #BlackLivesMatter on social media following the acquittal of George Zimmerman in the shooting death of black teen Trayvon Martin in February 2012. It has regained traction following the brutal police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis on May 25.

The three founders of the movement and hashtag are activists Alicia Garza, Patrisse Cullors and Opal Tometi, who have expanded the project into a national network of over 30 local chapter between 2014 and 2016.

BLM is a network run by umbrella organization Thousand Currents, which radical activist Susan Rosenberg serves as Vice Chair of the Board of Directors.

Black Lives Matter and Thousand Currents is yet to reply to's request for comment.

Rosenberg was an active part of far-left revolutionary terror organization May 19th Communist Organization (M19CO), which sought to over throw the US government through armed action and a people's militia. The group was a part of the Black Power Movement and the New Communist Movement.

She was arrested in 1984 in possession of weapons and explosives and sentenced to 58 years of imprisonment on the weapons and explosives charges. Giuliani was US Attorney of the Southern District of New York at the time.

She spent 16 years in jail, during which she emerged as an author and AIDS activist, and President Bill Clinton pardoned her on his final day in office on January 20, 2001.

'Susan Rosenberg, who handles their finances is a convicted terrorist who was involved with the Black Panthers who used to slaughter police officers,' Giuliani said on the show.

'This convicted terrorist was sentenced to 58 years. Clinton’s corrupt last hour pardon set her free. Now we are paying the price,' Giuliani, 76, tweeted Friday.  

Giuliani has been vocal is his disagreement with the movement, slamming it as racist when the group advocates against the mistreatment of black people.

Giuliani also continued to blast De Blasio for slashing New York Police Department funding by $1billion and allowing the Black Lives Matter mural to be painted in front of the president’s residence.

Will Democrats and their allies in the media refer to Susan Rosenberg as another "peaceful protester?"

It says a lot that a convicted domestic terrorist is allowed to do the fundraising for the organization, which is vital to its survival and very existance.

Multiple online users are reporting that when they try to view the original video of Tucker's comments tying Rosenburg to BLM, they are hit with a "video unavailable" message.

Fortunately, multiple users have re-uploaded copies of Tucker's segment:

Rosenberg was convicted for the 1983 bombing of the U.S. Capitol Building. She also bombed the U.S. Naval War College and New York Patrolmen's Benevolent Assoc.

Now, she sits on the fundraising board for BLM.

The Union Journal confirms her history as well as her current role at the BLM organization:

In the 1970s and 1980s, Rosenberg was involved in the May 19th Communist Organization, a terrorist group that was behind multiple bomb attacks. The group also provided support to the Black Liberation Army, a black supremacist terror organization.

She was charged with being involved in the 1983 bombings of the Capitol Building, the usa National War College, and the New York Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association, although these charges were later dropped in a plea deal by other group members. She was suspected to be involved with the 1981 Brink’s Robbery that resulted in the death of a guard and two police officers, and was also sought after in connection of the prison escape of Assata Shakur, a murderer and leader of the BLA.

Rosenberg was jailed for 58 years in 1984 for explosives possession, but was released on January 20th 2001, with her sentence commuted by outgoing President Bill Clinton. Now, 19 years later, is the Vice Chair of Thousand Currents. Rosenberg’s group “provides the legal and administrative framework” that lets Black Lives Matter “fulfill its mission,” in accordance with their web site.

Bernard Kerik, the former NYPD Commissioner, told Tucker Carlson about Rosenberg’s criminal past on his show on Fox News on Wednesday evening.

Rosenberg “was a radical revolutionary… and now she’s out. Who does she work for? Black Lives Matter,” Kerik said. “We’re missing something here. I think the DOJ should be looking at Black Lives Matter as a terrorist organisation.”

“Black Lives Matter is a revolutionary Marxist group,” that he continued. “It wants to overthrow this government and this country.” We know this from their leaders, who are admitted Marxists, and today the people behind the scenes, including Rosenberg. Even if Black Lives Matter it self was seemingly unblemished, being controlled by way of a literal convicted terrorist, should make everybody concerned.

Indeed, we should be very worried that someone so radical is serving on the board of an organization that is trying to pass as "mainstream."

The resurgence of Rosenberg's timing couldn't be more perfect.

As Democrats are upset with Trump for pardoning Roger Stone, the reality is that Rosenberg can only serve on BLM today because Bill Clinton pardoned her during his last day in office.

There's a reason Trump calls Hillary and her husband "crooked!"


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