It is often said you simply cannot be a liberal without being a hypocrite. This couldn’t be more true than when it comes to BLM co-founder Patrisse Cullors and her multi-million dollar housing portfolio.
This self-proclaimed activist constantly yammers on about the perceived inequality that comes amidst people of different races. She completely disregards the fact that in the United States people of all races and religions have a far greater opportunity to succeed than they do anywhere else in the world.
Patrisse Cullors herself is a prime example of that.
She managed to manipulate and coerce millions of people to join what was supposed to be something of a non-profit. Furthermore, she managed to compel individuals to donate to this cause only to profit directly from it to the tune of millions of dollars.
Now Patrisse Cullors is claiming the black individuals are falling victim to ‘white supremacy’ when trying to purchase a home.
BLM co-founder Patrisse Cullors blasts 'white supremacy' of the housing market https://t.co/dloF11dJPP
— Daily Mail US (@DailyMail) May 16, 2021
Kidding right there ,right ? 👀
"BLM Cofounder Patrisse Cullors Laments ‘White Supremacy’ in Housing Market"
— PUFFCOWBOY 3 % (@PUFFCOWBOY3PRCT) May 17, 2021
Marxist BLM Patrisse Cullors bemoans racism inside the housing market https://t.co/9nAtSkyIdJ Blasting 'white supremacy' of the housing market as she moved into one of the whitest neighborhoods in SoCal is RICH. Cullors truly lacks a sense of self-awareness.
— Derryck Green (@DerryckGreen) May 16, 2021
BLM Founder Who Went on Property Spree Criticizes 'White Supremacy' in US Housing Market—>@Patrisse Cullors protests too much. The maNY Americans of every ethnicity can’t afford to buy property! STFU! https://t.co/gj1KDRvaAO
— LocalGirl🇺🇸 (@kepola808) May 17, 2021
Now Patrice Cullors is taking up a new social justice cause, “white supremacy” in the housing market.
According to Breitbart:
Black Lives Matter cofounder Patrisse Cullors shared a post on Instagram lamenting “white supremacy” in the housing market, weeks after her multi-million housing portfolio was revealed.
“Thank you @npr for highlighting the history of racism inside of the housing market and why Black homeownership has always been a way to disrupt white supremacy,” Cullors wrote.
The NPR story was part of a bigger documentary called We Hold These Truths, which investigated how blacks have been discriminated against by the real estate industry and government policy for decades.
The report highlighted the experiences of black people residing in Compton, California, revealing 41.8 percent of black households own their own homes.
That rate is nearly identical to the level of black homeownership 50 years ago in the early 1970s.
In 1970, which was shortly after the Fair Housing Act passed in 1968, the national homeownership rate for black households was 41.8 percent. In 2019, it increased slightly to 42.3 percent — marking a net increase of 1.2 percent from nearly 50 years ago.
It’s clear the government enacted Fair Housing Act did absolutely nothing to help mend the disparity in homeownership between black and white households.
This is proof that government simply cannot fix these problems and it is more important for the government to remove itself from things like this altogether.
It’s too bad that Patrisse Cullors hasn’t broadened her perspectives enough to realize that President Trump has done more for the black community than any Democrat ever has.
Alveda King explains just how President Trump has actually helped the black community.
Fox News also chronicled just what all President Trump had done for the black community:
“There’s no doubt” that President Trump “will go down as the greatest champion for the Black community since Abraham Lincoln,” Black Voices for Trump Advisory Board member Paris Dennard told “Fox & Friends” on Monday.
He added that the “facts” and all of his “accomplishments” since he was elected in 2016 shows that President Trump, who he called “an aspirational leader,” is a champion for the Black community.
“When I saw him on the campaign trail in 2016 making direct pushes to the Black community saying, … ‘I want to be a champion, I want to fight for you,’ I said, ‘This is a person who has the experience and the leadership and the capabilities to fight for our community,” Dennard said. “And he’s done just that.”
“And so when I saw him keep all the promises that he’s made to us and do even more, like criminal justice reform, there’s no doubt in my mind that this president will go down as the greatest champion for the Black community since Abraham Lincoln,” he continued.
In 2018, President Trump signed a sweeping criminal justice reform bill, marking a major legislative victory on an issue that garnered bipartisan support. The First Step Act gave federal judges more leeway when sentencing some drug offenders and boosted prisoner rehabilitation efforts.
He went on to point out Trump’s “historic support for historically Black colleges and universities” by “permanently funding them for ten years through the FUTURE Act.”
In 2019, President Trump signed H.R. 5363, the FUTURE Act, into law, which “permanently authorizes funding for minority-serving institutions of higher education and increases the authorization of appropriations” for student financial aid.
Dennard also pointed to President Trump’s plan for Black America, which designates the KKK and Antifa as terrorist organizations and calls for making lynching a national hate crime, while pledging to increase access to capital in Black communities by nearly $500 billion.
Dennard said what’s referred to as the “Platinum Plan,” is “a specific plan targeted for the Black community, for Black economic empowerment.”