BLM Co-founder Patrisse Cullors May be in BIG Trouble

Just when BLM Co-founder Patrisse Cullors thought things couldn’t get any worse for her, they suddenly did. Not only are all her former followers demanding to know if they paid for her real estate spending spree, it turns out that she had an elaborate “kick-back” network to siphon off donated dollars in place all along.

Cullors had a hand in everything

Patrisse Cullors acted like she was out to save the world for Black folks but the only thing that really mattered to her was green. She resigned in disgrace after the New York Post detailed her “spending spree on lavish homes.

She didn’t directly pay for her house collection with checks drawn on the Black Lives Matter account but the money had to come from somewhere. This week the Post dropped another bombshell by reporting she’s also been “tied to several other fundraising organizations.” Ones whose finances raise “potential red flags.

Patrisse allegedly funneled BLM money to a group called Reform LA Jails who from all sources collected around $1.4 million in 2019. They turned around and kicked back $205,000 to “a consulting company owned by Cullors and her spouse Janaya Khan.

The report also notes that another “$211,000 was paid to Cullors’ pal Asha Bandele, who co-wrote her memoir, and about $86,000 was paid to an entertainment, clothing and consulting company called Trap Heals, which was started by Damon Turner, the father of Cullors’ child.

Reform LA Jails also allegedly “paid $270,000 to a consulting company run by its treasurer, Christman Bowers, who’s also known as Shalomya Bowers and has signed tax documents as the deputy executive director of the Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation.

Cullors stepped down last May in disgrace when the real estate scandal broke. At the time the group had $60 million in the bank. Nobody wants to admit having any responsibility for it today.

Deep pocket donors

It’s no secret that “deep-pocketed donors linked to Facebook, Twitter and Netflix” made “massive contributions” to various groups run by Cullors.

Christman Bowers “is also involved in at least three other groups” she started or was associated with, “including Dignity and Power Now, JusticeLA, and the Justice Teams Network.” The groups all passed cash around to each other. That’s where the red flags started waving.

Jeffrey Tenenbaum, a nonprofit lawyer in Washington, DC, believes that those “various payments may have violated state and federal laws that prohibit self-dealing and transactions among related parties.

They definitely “raise eyebrows and potential red flags.” California activist Tory Johnson agrees. He’s convinced he did all the work and BLM leaders including Cullors cashed in. He wants to know what’s up with the $60 million sitting idle in the bank.

Johnson launched Black Lives Matter Huntington Beach. He’s still steamed with BLM national admin over a counter-protest to a White Lives Matter rally he organized back in April of 2021.

He and his comrades “were shot with rubber bullets at the Huntington Beach Pier rally and were jailed afterward.” Ahead of the planned event “Cullors and the Black Lives Matter Global Network denounced Johnson’s planned counter-protest while insinuating such actions may be dangerous.

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