We must wonder whether BLM stands for Babes Lounging in Malibu? Big Loads of Money? Blatant Lies about Marxism?
Just under a month after one of the BLM leaders were busted spreading over a million dollars on houses in California, fresh documents reveals one of the leaders dropping $26000 on a Malibu resort.
Can you imagine? Not that we were any surprised.
Stop listening to the people who are profiting off of racial divisions in America.
BLM Co-Founder’s Jail Reform Group Dropped $26,000 At Luxury Malibu Beach Resort | The Daily Caller https://t.co/QNeOd231d7
— Lisa Boothe (@LisaMarieBoothe) April 27, 2021
DailyCaller has this to report:
Los Angeles-based jail reform group led by BLM co-founder Patrisse Cullors spent nearly $26,000 for “meetings” at a luxury Malibu beach resort in 2019, according to campaign finance records reviewed by the Daily Caller News Foundation.
Reform LA Jails dropped $10,179 for “meetings and appearances” at the Calamigos Guest Ranch and Beach Club in Malibu, California, and another $15,593 at the Malibu Conference Center, a corporate conference facility owned by the resort, according to the records, which covered the time period between July and September 2019. Guests at the 200-acre resort, where rooms start at $600 a night, have exclusive access to a private five-acre strip of the Malibu coast.
The records show that the payments were made on behalf of the jail reform group by a consulting firm owned by Asha Bandele, a longtime mentor of Cullors and co-author of her 2018 biography, “When They Call You a Terrorist: A Black Lives Matter Memoir.”
Cullors, a self-proclaimed “trained Marxist,” is the founder and chairwoman of Reform LA Jails, also known as Vote Yes On R. The group, which says it is “powered by Black Lives Matter,” successfully led a ballot measure passed in 2020 that authorized the Los Angeles Sheriff Civilian Oversight Commission to develop a plan to reduce the jail population in the county.
This is not the first time BLM Thieving leaders will be caught siphoning donations.
This is BLM pic.twitter.com/RBlMlpsffQ
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) April 27, 2021
This Twitter user asked whether she’s going to blame systemic racism
Let me guess…she got caught because of systemic racism? https://t.co/eH2AEoyWUT
— Joshua Schnur (@Mr_Clean_27) April 27, 2021
Why is Facebook trying to hide this?
Facebook banned users from sharing stories about a BLM founder's real estate purchases. It was claimed it was sensitive info.
Meanwhile, Twitter includes celebrities doxing ordinary Americans and their families in trending topics.
Some Americans are more equal than others https://t.co/WUnWSamHjM
— Scott Greer 6’2” IQ 187 (@ScottMGreer) April 27, 2021
Breitbart had more on this story:
Twitter, Facebook, and Netflix moguls have reportedly donated more than $7.5 million to non-profits controlled by Marxist Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Khan-Cullors, who has helped them lobby to control the internet via “net neutrality,” while the tech giants censor her online critics.
Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, and the wife of Netflix’s billionaire CEO Reed Hastings, Patricia Ann Quillin, all donated generously to a PAC and charities controlled by Khan-Cullors, according to a report by the New York Post.
Moskovitz and his wife Cari Tuna contributed more than 5.5 million to Khan-Cullors’ groups through their Open Philanthropy and Good Ventures non-profits between 2017 and 2020.
While Moscovitz left Facebook in 2008, he still has a two percent stake in the company, which accounts for nearly $20 billion of his net worth, according to a report by Forbes.
Dorsey donated $1.5 million in 2020 through his #startsmall philanthropy initiative to Black Lives Matter and M4BL, a coalition of anti-capitalist activist groups founded by Khan-Cullors.
The report added that some of the Twitter CEO’s donations were made in connection with the Clara Lionel Foundation, a charity founded by singer Rihanna.
That same year, Quillin donated $250,000 to Reform LA Jails, a California state PAC chaired by Khan-Cullors.
One year earlier, Reform LA Jails had given out more than a quarter of its budget — $346,558 — to companies controlled by Khan-Cullors and her wife, Janaya Khan, as well as to writer Asha Bandele and rapper Damon Turner, her son’s father, the New York Post reports.
These guys are funded by big Tech companies to instigate destruction in our cities, fight and put our cops in danger while they live large.
And it has to end.