Families For Both Michael Brown And Breonna Taylor Come After BLM, Ask Them Where The Money WentMichael Cantrell
The families of both Michael Brown and Breonna Taylor, which are two of the patron saint victims of the modern Black Lives Matter movement, are now questioning the group concerning the funding of the organization with Taylor’s family specifically calling out the branch in Louisville, Kentucky a “fraud.”
According to Breitbart, the New York Post did a story earlier in the month that focused on the co-founder of the Black Lives Matter movement, Patrisse Khan-Cullors, buying a total of four homes since 2016, which BLM leader Hawk Newsome then called for an “independent investigation” to see where the money for these purchases came from.
“Those concerns are now being amplified by other figures within the movement, after Khan-Cullors defended her real estate purchases last week as part of her effort to support her family, and claimed her wealth was not due to the organization itself,” the report stated.
They should demand that she make public her federal and state tax returns.
Joseph Simonson of the Washington Examiner wrote in a report on Monday, [“O]n Thursday, the mother of Breonna Taylor, a black woman killed by police during a raid in March 2020, charged that the movement in her city of Louisville, Kentucky, is nothing more than a scam.”
“I have never personally dealt with BLM Louisville, and personally have found them to be fraud,” Tamika Palmer said in a post on Facebook.
Just last month, the father of Michael Brown, the 18-year-old who was shot and killed by police officers in the city of Ferguson, Missouri, also asked Black LIves Matter a question: “Where is all that money going?”
An examination of the Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation’s financial records uncovered the group raised close to $100 million last year. Only $40 million was spent over the course of the previous year.
So, again, where is all that money going?
Khan-Cullors herself stated last week that the group is not a charity and that folks in the community who have financial needs should put pressure on the government to give them reparations for slavery.
That pretty much says it all, right?
That was good though. She knows that she can easily deflect and distract many clueless blacks attention back onto the boogeyman of racism.