Black Lives Matter pulled down $60 million in the wake of the George Floyd riots and now all their leaders have apparently dipped out and nobody knows who's running it
· Feb 8, 2022 · NottheBee.com

Hey remember that time that Black Lives Matter pulled down a whopping $60 million after George Floyd was killed and everybody thought they were gonna like transform the world and end racism and bring about the racial salvation of America and all that good stuff?

Yeah about that:

No one appears to have been in charge at Black Lives Matter for months. The address it lists on tax forms is wrong, and the charity's two board members won't say who controls its $60 million bankroll, a Washington Examiner investigation has found.

BLM's shocking lack of transparency surrounding its finances and operations raises major legal and ethical red flags, multiple charity experts told the Washington Examiner.

BLM co-founder Patrisse Cullors appointed two activists to serve as the group's senior directors following her resignation in May amid scrutiny over her personal finances. But both quietly announced in September that they never took the jobs due to disagreements with BLM. They told the Washington Examiner they don't know who now leads the nation's most influential social justice organization.

Excuse me for a minute...let me just...I have to step over here and...

Okay! All better. So...okay, wait, no, excuse me again, I'm not done yet...

Okay. Folks, it's hard to say that we didn't see this coming. Of course we did.

Major corporations, big-ticket donors, hundreds of thousands of ordinary folks—all of them rushed to Black Lives Matter with fistfuls of cash, just eagerly throwing gobs of money at these folks without ever asking, you know... what they were going to do with it.

Well, I guess now we know!

Okay, sorry, excuse me one more time.


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