BLM Financial Scams Exposed – They Made HOW MUCH?

According to recently released records, the leaders of the Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation awarded friends and family members large contracts.

During the 2020 George Floyd riots, the Black Lives Matter organization received $80 million in revenue. But by the end of the 2023 fiscal year, the amount had dropped to less than $29 million, according to the group’s tax return.

Patrisse Cullors, a co-founder of Black Lives Matter, left the group in 2021. But the foundation, whose purported goal is to “eradicate white supremacy and establish local authority to intervene in atrocities imposed on black communities by the state and vigilantes,” has awarded large contracts to Cullors’ friends and family.

As Black Lives Matter’s chief of security in 2023, Paul Cullors, brother of the organization’s co-founder, received a grant of $200,000. His business, Black Ties LLC, allegedly made an extra $1.6 million by offering expert security services to Black Lives Matter.

According to The Washington Free Beacon, Paul Cullors and his businesses have amassed over $4.2 million since 2021 for purportedly defending Black Lives Matter.

Black Lives Matter has called for a “national defunding of police” since 2020. BLM hosted “Defund the Police Week” in July of last year.

“One of the main pillars of advancement in our short ten years as a modern civil rights movement is that we have requested to defund the police,” stated Shalomyah Bowers last year. Bowers is an associate of Patrisse Cullors and a board member of the Black Lives Matter Federal Fund.

Using tax returns from 2023, Black Lives Matter revealed that the organization paid Bowers’ consulting firm $2.6 million for employment and managerial services.

Additionally, BLM gave money to Damon Turner, the father of Cullors’ lone kid. Turner’s art company, Trap Heals, received a $778,000 grant from the Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation for work completed during an early 2022 concert series. Turner allegedly left the charity after a while.

According to the group’s 2021 fiscal year, BLM gave Turner’s company $969,459 for “live production, design, and media,” as Blaze News previously reported.

Raymond Howard, the former head of operations for Black Lives Matter, and Danielle Edwards, Raymond Howard’s sister, who owns New Impact Partners, a consulting firm, received a total of $1.1 million from the organization, according to its tax return for the 2023 fiscal year.

The Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation received donations in October 2020, according to a prior allegation by Blaze News, which said that Patrisse Cullors “secretly bought a $6 million house” in southern California.

According to reports, BLM provided funding for the July 2021 purchase of a $6.3 million estate in Canada, which was originally the Communist Party of Canada’s headquarters.

According to Laurie Styron, executive director of Charity Watch, Black Lives Matter “has no independent oversight,” as she stated to the Daily Caller.

“This charity’s objective is something that people should be unhappy about, whether they enjoy it or not,” Styron said. “A sizable quantity of charitable funds is being diverted to interested parties without proper control in place.” The public expects charities to stay clear of perceived and actual conflicts of interest in order to preserve their credibility. This philanthropy acts in opposition. This situation presents terrible optics.”

Author: Scott Dowdy

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