BLM and its affiliate organizations raised BILLIONS of dollars during the riots and racial strife of 2020, and people have started to ask the question: what did they do with all of that money?
Yeah, so the organization is leaderless, and there's at least 60 mill still left in the main organization's coffers from the 90 mill it reportedly received in 2020.
It's so out-of-control that even California is threatening to revoke the tax-exempt status of the organization which, essentially, revealed itself to be a grift.
But this $60 million is a pittance next to the total $11 BILLION that associated networks, chapters, and organizations raised from major corporations around the world.
As Spiked Magazine notes:
On 20 December 2020, The Economist noted that $10.6 billion had been pledged to causes and organisations affiliated with BLM. According to that article and further reporting from the right-leaning Daily Signal, BLM's corporate donors included Amazon, Gatorade, Microsoft, 23andMe and Tinder, while recipients ranged from the small-scale Unicorn Riot guerilla media firm to the sizeable Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation (BLMGNF).
So, besides participating in buying large mansions, what has the BLM money gone to?
Well, as it turns out, the woke, radical leftist organization that openly stated they wanted to dismantle the nuclear family gave money to more transgender rights activist groups than BLM or black civil rights groups.
Excuse me while I laugh my butt off at all the people who fell for this grift that has done more to line the pocketbooks of the leaders and support transgenderism than it has to do anything to support what people believe Black Lives Matter stands for.
The 2020 impact report for Black Lives Matter, which covers BLMGNF, BLM PAC and BLM Grassroots, does mention funding given to local chapters, but it only lists 11 chapters as recipients of its funding out of dozens of them.
Interestingly, BLM's impact report lists far more transgender-advocacy organisations as its recipients than organisations promoting black civil rights. The list of organisations to which BLMGNF pledged at least a six-figure grant includes: Trans United, the Audrey Lorde Project (Trans Justice), Black Trans Circles, the Transgender District, the Black Trans Travel Fund, the Okra Project, For the Gworls, the Trans Justice Funding Project, the Trans Housing Coalition's Homeless Black Trans Women Fund, Black Trans Media and Black Trans Femmes in the Arts.
There's still 60 million bucks officially out there in the wind, but what we do know is that they sent millions to these pro-transgender groups.
I'm sure, every moderate liberal swept up in the BLM hysteria of 2020 is happy to know that their money went to Black Trans Femmes in the Art and other pro-gender confusion groups.
Maybe when an organization states that their mission includes woke sexual revolution nonsense you should take that seriously (especially you, pastors who posted a little black square on your Facebook)!
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