$7.5 million?! Are you kidding me?!
Why are you as a company giving so much to these groups in the first place? Why are certain corporations giving so much money to activists?
$7.5 million is a lot of money……life changing money, and I guess the life of Patrisse Khan-Cullors was forever changed after her reported real estate spree.
For those who might have had any doubt that BLM was a total con, lay those doubts to rest with the knowledge that the founders are getting rich.
Take a look:
The New York Post had more on the story:
Big Tech has showered Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Khan-Cullors’ PAC and charities with millions in donations — and censors her online critics — as she backs their battle to control the internet.
Philanthropists linked to Facebook, Twitter and Netflix have donated more than $7.5 million to a host of non-profits controlled by Khan-Cullors, who has helped them lobby for “net neutrality.”
The issue of net neutrality is about who controls the Internet. Proponents, including human rights groups, want a free flow of views and information. They fear content can be controlled by phone and cable companies — the Internet service providers — in how they set fees and speeds for content producers and users. Big Tech firms, many of which already engage in censoring content they don’t agree with, don’t want ISPs to control the Internet — and their profits.
Khan-Cullors, 37, began lobbying for net neutrality in 2014, a year after she co-founded the Black Lives Matter movement with the hashtag #blacklivesmatter.
Fox News showcased cullors response:
Self-described "trained Marxist" and Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors said her recent home purchasing spree was part of living her life "in direct support to Black people" and decried conservative media coverage as "racist and sexist."
In an interview Thursday with left-wing activist Marc Lamont Hill, Cullors pushed back against criticism that her personal politics contradicted her extravagant living.
"I think that is a critique that is wanting, and I say that because the way that I live my life is in direct support to Black people, including my Black family members, first and foremost," she said. "For so many Black folks who are able to invest in themselves and their community, they choose to invest in their family, and that's what I have chosen to do."