Black Lives Matter Founder Patrisse Cullors Resigns After Making Millions Of Dollars

The co-founder of the Black Lives Matter movement Patrisse Cullors has resigned after making millions of dollars. Her resignation comes amid controversy over the group’s finances and Cullors’ personal wealth — including a real-estate buying spree in which she snagged four high-end homes for $3.2 million in the US.

Black Lives Matter Founder Patrisse Cullors Resigns After Making Millions Of Dollars

The embattled co-founder of Black Lives Matter announced on Thursday that she’s resigning as executive director amid criticism over her lavish lifestyle.

Patrisse Cullors, 37 — who has been at the helm of the Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation for nearly six years — said she is leaving to focus on a book and TV deal.

“I’ve created the infrastructure and the support, and the necessary bones and foundation, so that I can leave,” Cullors said. “It feels like the time is right.”

But her resignation comes amid controversy over the group’s finances and Cullors’ personal wealth — including a real-estate buying spree in which she snagged four high-end homes for $3.2 million in the US, according to property records reported last month.

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The BLM foundation revealed in February that it took in just over $90 million last year, following the May 2020 murder of George Floyd.

Critics of the foundation contend more of that money should have gone to the families of Black victims of police brutality who have been unable to access the resources needed to deal with their trauma and loss.

“That is the most tragic aspect,” said the Rev. T. Sheri Dickerson, president of an Oklahoma City BLM chapter and a representative of the #BLM10, a national group of organizers that has publicly criticized the foundation over funding and transparency.

“I know some of (the families) are feeling exploited, their pain exploited, and that’s not something that I ever want to be affiliated with,” Dickerson said.

Meanwhile, in an investigation it has been found that 99.64% of the Black Lives Matter’s ‘Defund the Police’ donations went to Joe Biden via ActBlue, a Democrat fundraising platform that was the top donor to Biden for President campaign.

As reported by GreatGameIndia last year, the BLM group has atleast one terrorist on its board of directors.

Thousand Currents – the group funding the core operations of BLM – is known to have a terrorist Susan Rosenberg as a Vice Chair on its board. 

Rosenberg was a member of the May 19th Communist Organization (M19). William Rosenau in his book Tonight We Bombed the U.S. Capitol, describes M19 as “the nation’s only woman-run terror group.”

Meanwhile, GreatGameIndia investigation has uncovered another extremist movement considered as the unofficial terrorist arm of the BLM with ties to ISIS and British intelligence.

Antifa, spawned by the British intelligence has long been regarded by American intelligence as a terrorist organization to be disrupted before they get a foothold on American soil.

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8 COMMENTS

  1. They say $90m in donations…. they got $150 million from Soros alone. I hear their real number is closer to $1 billion. But I think most of that went to the Biden campaign.

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  3. The LOVE of Money is the ROOT (source) of ALL Evil. Enjoy your life of wealth lady because you have received your reward. It is heartbreaking to see so many lost souls who live for the cares/things of this temporary world.

  4. BLM was funded by corporations [ the essential ones during covid lockdowns] and superficially branded as communist but if we look carefully at the mechanisms that greases this wheel …its all capitalists for profits.

    Funders of BLM:
    “Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors said in a newly surfaced video from 2015 that she and her fellow organizers are “trained Marxists” – making clear their movement’s ideological foundation, according to a report.”

    “she became a trained organizer with the Labor/Community Strategy Center, which she called her “first political home” under the mentorship of Mann [ ,Eric Mann, former agitator of the Weather Underground domestic terror organization,] its director.”

    June 5, 2020, 4:21 PM CDT

    By James Wellemeyer

    Iconic American brands, from Facebook to Apple, have pledged financial support for the #BlackLivesMatter movement in response to the death of George Floyd — but many companies have yet to clarify where the money will go and how much they will donate.

    The home-sharing site tweeted on June 1 that it will be giving a total of $500,000 to the NAACP and Black Lives Matter.

    Amazon

    The retail and technology giant announced on June 3 that it plans to donate a total of $10 million to 11 organizations, including the ACLU, Equal Justice Initiative, and the NAACP.

    Apple

    In a note to employees, Apple CEO Tim Cook said he had donated to organizations including the Equal Justice Initiative, The New York Post reported. However, it is unclear how much money Apple has donated.

    Away

    The trendy luggage brand announced it would be donating money to the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, the Southern Poverty Law Center Action Fund, and The Bail Project. Away encouraged those who saw the post to do the same, but did not specify how much money it would donate.

    FACEBOOK

    Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg wrote in a Facebook post on Sunday that his company would be donating $10 million “to groups working on racial justice.” He said the company is “working with our civil rights advisors and our employees to identify organizations locally and nationally that could most effectively use this right now.”

    However, this response has largely been overshadowed by internal division over Zuckerberg’s decision not to flag or remove a number of President Donald Trump’s posts.

    Glossier

    The beauty brand released a statement on Instagram saying the company planned to donate $500,000 to “organizations focused on combating racial injustice.”

    The statement specifically cited Black Lives Matter, The NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, The Equal Justice Initiative, The Marsha P. Johnson Institute, and We The Protesters.

    Glossier CEO Emily Weiss also announced that it will give an additional $500,000 in the form of grants to Black-owned beauty businesses, with more details on that initiative later this month.

    Nike

    The sports retailer shared a video on social media that urged its followers to “For Once, Just Don’t Do It,” asking them not to ignore the realities of racism in the United States.

    Nike released a statement on June 5, announcing a $40 million “commitment over the next four years to support the Black community in the U.S.”

    While the company has not yet specified where the money will go, Nike told NBC News it works with “partners like PeacePlayers and Jackie Robinson Foundation [and] initiatives like the Jordan Brand Wings Program and Serena Design Crew, a collaboration with Serena Williams.”

    Uber

    CEO Dara Khosrowshahi announced on May 31 that the company plans to give $1 million to the Equal Justice Initiative and the Center for Policing Equity.

    Warby Parker

    The eyeglass seller said it would donate $1 million to “organizations and initiatives focused on combating systemic racism.” While the statement, posted on Instagram, did not specify the organizations to which it would give money, the company said more details would come after input from its own team and “leaders in this field.”

    YouTube

    YouTube announced in a tweet last week that it would be giving $1 million to the Center for Policing Equity.

    Other corporations, including Disney and Netflix, have issued statements of support for the Black community, but have not indicated any changes they will make internally, nor any specific donations.

    https:  //www.nbcnews.  com/business/consumer/want-know-where-all-those-corporate-donations-blm-are-going-n1225371

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    AFTER GEORGE FLOYD

    Want to know where all those corporate donations for #BLM are going? Here’s the list.

    The NAACP and the Equal Justice Initiative were among the most popular nonprofits.

    A demonstrator holds a sign during a protest over the death in Minneapolis police custody of George Floyd, in New York City June 3, 2020.Eduardo Munoz / Reuters

    June 5, 2020, 4:21 PM CDT

    By James Wellemeyer

    Iconic American brands, from Facebook to Apple, have pledged financial support for the #BlackLivesMatter movement in response to the death of George Floyd — but many companies have yet to clarify where the money will go and how much they will donate.

    Airbnb

    The home-sharing site tweeted on June 1 that it will be giving a total of $500,000 to the NAACP and Black Lives Matter.

    Amazon

    The retail and technology giant announced on June 3 that it plans to donate a total of $10 million to 11 organizations, including the ACLU, Equal Justice Initiative, and the NAACP.

    Apple

    In a note to employees, Apple CEO Tim Cook said he had donated to organizations including the Equal Justice Initiative, The New York Post reported. However, it is unclear how much money Apple has donated.

    Full coverage of George Floyd’s death and protests around the country

    Away

    The trendy luggage brand announced it would be donating money to the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, the Southern Poverty Law Center Action Fund, and The Bail Project. Away encouraged those who saw the post to do the same, but did not specify how much money it would donate.

    “At this time we are not disclosing the exact amounts of Away’s donations,” a representative from Away told NBC. However, Away’s co-founder and chief brand officer Jen Rubio and her partner Stewart Butterfield announced they would donate $700,000 to Black Lives Matter, The NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, The Bail Project, The Equal Justice Initiative, the Center for Policing Equity, Campaign Zero, Project NIA, Color of Change, Until Freedom, and the Loveland Foundation. Rubio and Butterfield also pledged to match donations up to $300,000.

    Coca-Cola

    The legacy American brand Coca-Cola released a statement on Twitter on June 3, announcing that it would be donating to 100 Black Men “as a part of the effort to end systemic racism and bring true equality to all.” The statement did not include how much money the company plans to donate.

    FACEBOOK

    Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg wrote in a Facebook post on Sunday that his company would be donating $10 million “to groups working on racial justice.” He said the company is “working with our civil rights advisors and our employees to identify organizations locally and nationally that could most effectively use this right now.”

    However, this response has largely been overshadowed by internal division over Zuckerberg’s decision not to flag or remove a number of President Donald Trump’s posts.

    Glossier

    The beauty brand released a statement on Instagram saying the company planned to donate $500,000 to “organizations focused on combating racial injustice.”

    The statement specifically cited Black Lives Matter, The NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, The Equal Justice Initiative, The Marsha P. Johnson Institute, and We The Protesters.

    Glossier CEO Emily Weiss also announced that it will give an additional $500,000 in the form of grants to Black-owned beauty businesses, with more details on that initiative later this month.

    Nike

    The sports retailer shared a video on social media that urged its followers to “For Once, Just Don’t Do It,” asking them not to ignore the realities of racism in the United States.

    Nike released a statement on June 5, announcing a $40 million “commitment over the next four years to support the Black community in the U.S.”

    While the company has not yet specified where the money will go, Nike told NBC News it works with “partners like PeacePlayers and Jackie Robinson Foundation [and] initiatives like the Jordan Brand Wings Program and Serena Design Crew, a collaboration with Serena Williams.”

    Uber

    CEO Dara Khosrowshahi announced on May 31 that the company plans to give $1 million to the Equal Justice Initiative and the Center for Policing Equity.

    Warby Parker

    The eyeglass seller said it would donate $1 million to “organizations and initiatives focused on combating systemic racism.” While the statement, posted on Instagram, did not specify the organizations to which it would give money, the company said more details would come after input from its own team and “leaders in this field.”

    YouTube

    YouTube announced in a tweet last week that it would be giving $1 million to the Center for Policing Equity.

    Other corporations, including Disney and Netflix, have issued statements of support for the Black community, but have not indicated any changes they will make internally, nor any specific donations.

    https:  //www.nbcnews.  com/business/consumer/want-know-where-all-those-corporate-donations-blm-are-going-n1225371

    All just a political movement to get lap dog China commie Joe Biden installed.

    Good job corporate America….
    Patrisse thanks you for her material marxists homes…lol….idiots all of them!🤯

  5. BLM is a militant racist movement created by pro-Palestinian muslims who hide behind the scenes. It has nothing to do about “fighting racism” of which numbers show is so miniscule reality is that blacks committ the most overwhelming racial crimes against people of all groups including their own. 950% overrepresented in racist hate crimes.

    Muslims are trying to divide the country to unrecognized levels, and they are behind not only BLM but mass conversion of American blacks to Islam by lying about Islam’s brutal history in Africa where these fools don’t even know that America didn’t create slavery in the modern age, Islam did. African kings, after converting to Islam, began kidnapping and enslaving 180 million of their own people. Out of that 180 mil how many were white Americans responsible for buying on markets ran by African rulers? 300,000. And who was the FIRST buyers and owner of a black slave in America? A black man and a native American….
    The way the narrative goes you’d think the entire American continent was covered in enslaved blacks. Reality is that less than 1% owned slaves and mainly in the South. You have far lore slaves today in Africa and Middle East than in the entire history of Europe and America put together.

    But today the narrative is made to deflect from the true slave trader and constantly point the finger at the small fries.

  6. BLM = Buy Large Mansions …..
    As in Animal Farm ..
    All animals are equal, but Pigs are more equal ..
    My apologies to pigs by assimilating them with the above ..

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