A while back, I read about how the father of the Thug-Bully in Ferguson MO, who’s death sparked the BLM movement was asking where all that sweet, sweet BLM money was going…’cause they certainly weren’t seeing any of it in Ferguson.
BLM cofounder Patrisse Cullors responded that not only was the organization “focused on a ‘need to reinvest into Black communities.'”, but they were also “taking the dollars we were able to raise in 2020 and building out the institution we’ve been trying to build for the last seven and a half years”
Well, now we can see the clear fruits of that labor:
A secluded mini-compound tucked into L.A.’s rustic and semi-remote Topanga Canyon was recently sold for a tad more than $1.4 million to a corporate entity that public records show is controlled by Patrisse Khan-Cullors, 37-year-old social justice visionary and co-founder of the galvanizing and, for some, controversial Black Lives Matter movement.
So see: BLM is properly investing the money they take in to support black communities by purchasing their leadership expensive homes in them. Oh…wait…whoops.
So, I guess “investing” in black communities doesn’t involve actually, you know, living in them.
In all fairness, I can’t say I blame her. I wouldn’t want to live in the environment that the BLM movement has engendered either what with the skyrocketing crime rates and penchant for breaking out in rioting, firebombing and looting in memory of any black criminal killed or injured by police while resisting arrest. Who would want to live like that? If I’d made millions of dollars of the past few years I’d be moving to a less volatile neighborhood as quick as I could too.