BLM's Marxist Co-Founder Is Blaming Financial Scrutiny On An Abundance Of "White Guilt Money"
· May 17, 2022 ·

In the wake of the killing of George Floyd, the organization Black Lives Matter, which is run by actual Marxists, started bringing in A LOT of money.

We're talking $60-90 million given to just the main organization itself, with countless billions to various affiliates and allies.

And to this day, nobody knows what has been done or is being done with that money.

As a matter of fact, this issue has so plagued BLM founder Patrisse Cullors that she is blaming racist white people for attacking her to ask her to fill out legal forms and provide some sort of transparency.

One thing we do know is that some of the BLM money has gone into the pockets of Cullors and other founders as they have transformed BLM into Buy Large Mansions.

Well, now, after showing the world that she is a normal Marxist with her "mansions for me but not for thee" routine, Cullors is going back to the old book of blame.

Yes, the fact that BLM's financial records are in such shambles and that the charity, quite literally, has more money than they know what to do with, can be blamed on, you guessed it, white people.

BLM is awash with "white guilt money" and that's the reason they can't tell you what the money was spent on.

Of course, white guilt money is the actual business model for BLM.

A cop killed a black man, so it was probably because he's racist. In fact, all white people are racist, so send us money to ease your conscience.

That's the grift.

Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors said the organization is awash with "White guilt money."

Cullors made the comment in an MSNBC podcast posted Monday afternoon in response to a question from host Trymaine Lee, who had asked if the organization's "tsunami of flooding" was shocking and if they had guardrails in place to ensure its cash was "being directed in the proper ways."

"Yes, it was a major shock," Cullors said on the "Into America" podcast. "It was also a lot of like, 'Oh, wait, I did not see that coming.' You know, contrary to what, you know, has been reported, much of the funding that came in was from individual donors."

I can believe that they had no idea their grift would be so successful. They didn't know that they'd receive tens of millions of dollars.

Does that excuse them from not documenting where the money went and using some of the money to enrich themselves?

Well, of course not.

"That was a lot of White guilt money," Cullors continued. "There's a lot of White folks being like, 'We just got to put the money."'

Cullors is basically blaming her poor stewardship with money on the fact that guilty white people gave her SO much of it.

Cullors, however, did not directly answer if guardrails were in place for its spending, but said they were building its infrastructure on the fly. She has maintained they did not misuse its funds.

"So I was really called back in to help do that work," Cullors said. "And I did a lot of that labor, I did a lot of that framework. And I've left BLM, but a lot of that infrastructure was being built to figure out where do we go with this."

"And folks who are listening should know this," Cullors continued. "There are groups that build infrastructure for three to five years before they become public. And they raise money, and they take their time. We didn't have that luxury. We were building the plane as we fly it."

"And frankly, in the position I'm in now, what I will be teaching, you know, the next generation of young Black leaders is don't build the plane and fly it," Cullors said. "It's not worth it. Because the standards in which we are criticized and scrutinized is very different than White nonprofits. We undergo a different set of standards. I did realize that. I knew that theoretically, I didn't realize that."

So, Cullors admits they had no guidelines for the money. She admit that they had no leader that knew how to handle a charity.

And STILL, she blames societal racism for her woes.

Or maybe, hear me out, you and your buddies went on a multi-million dollar spending spree as soon as you raked in millions and no one knew what you actually did with the charity money, so now they are starting to ask questions.

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