We heard a lot about Hunter Biden’s laptop this week and the week before after the New York Post broke the story back in October of 2020. It took the mainstream media a little while to pick up on the obvious — that the laptop was real, and the emails on it about “the big guy” were authentic.
Now, after Black Lives Matter purchased a $6 million mansion in Southern California with donated money, it’s suddenly OK to report on what a scam Black Lives Matter is. Congratulations to HuffPost for actually doing a little digging and running this piece:
— Joel Pollak (@joelpollak) April 9, 2022
Stephen A. Crockett Jr. writes:
And then there was a bombshell dropped earlier this week that the foundation took some $6 million of donation money to secretly buy a mansion. And not just any mansion: a spread in Southern California with “more than 6,500 square feet, more than half a dozen bedrooms and bathrooms, several fireplaces, a soundstage, a pool and bungalow, and parking for more than 20 cars,” according to New York Magazine, which broke the news. Because everyone knows that the Movement for Black Lives — a movement that rose to prominence on the deaths of unarmed Black men, women and children by police — needs multiple fireplaces.
This latest news comes after a 2021 report that [co-founder Patrice) Cullors purchased four homes throughout the U.S. for some $3.2 million. Cullors would later announce that she was stepping down from her position at the Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation.
Patrice Cullors says criticism of her real estate purchases is driven by racism and sexism. HuffPost reports that former Ferguson activist Darren Seals tried to warn us that “BLACK DEATH IS A BUSINESS.”
Geez, you just found out?
— 🇺🇸 Habitual Line Stepper 🇺🇸 (@MmHabitual) April 9, 2022
it takes some people a little longer and others a hellava lot longer
— Shadowbanned (@tom71417173) April 9, 2022
You guys are finally catching on? This is laughable.
— Jack (@WokeBlows) April 8, 2022
It was obvious from the beginning
— LabradorDog99 🍊 (@Labrador9999) April 9, 2022
I am pretty sure almost everyone knew that a year ago.
— Zaphod Beeblebrox (@AndysCycles) April 9, 2022
How many businesses and organizations jumped on board the Black Lives Matters train and donated millions?
MLB, NFL, NBA, and even some in NCAA fell for it. Sad commentary. Same is now being done with LGBTQIA+. Lost. Our. Minds.
— F3_Skynyrd (@PaulSmithUGA95) April 9, 2022
I could see clearly that it was an extortion racket.
— Stephen (@ShoutingThomas) April 9, 2022
Many were canceled for saying exactly this when saying this was relevant.
— Camping Roomba (@ctdonath) April 8, 2022
Another story Fox News was reporting correctly for the past 2+ years that was called “fake news” and turned out to be true.
— Dr FlippyFloppy (@FlippyFlopTan) April 9, 2022
The organization and movement reversed two decades of progress in those communities
— Bud Higgins (@HigginsBud) April 9, 2022
Black Lives Matter had kids rioting in the streets while the founders were buying mansions in all-white neighborhoods. And big business fell in line and supported it all. At least it’s safe to report on now, though we think a few more outlets could report on that new $6 million mansion.
Black Lives Matter co-founder resigns, will focus on book and multi-year TV deal with Warner Bros. https://t.co/dZisvjxAVA
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) May 28, 2021