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BLM = Buy Large Mansion

Posted on | April 12, 2021 | Comments Off on BLM = Buy Large Mansion

The Black Lives Matter movement is, and always has been, a dishonest scam. Did anyone really believe all that “social justice” nonsense?

Patrisse Khan-Cullors, one of the co-founders of the Black Lives Matter movement and a “trained Marxist,” is reported to have bought four homes over the past several years, as her activist profile grew and protests raged around the country.
Last week, real estate website reported that the “37-year-old social justice visionary” Khan-Cullors had bought a $1.4 million compound in Topanga, a remote Los Angeles neighborhood nestled deep in the Santa Monica mountains.
In L.A. terms, $1.4 million is not necessarily extravagant, though the activist took criticism for spending what would be a fortune in most other real estate markets, and for buying in a largely white neighborhood after urging people to “buy black.”
However, it turns out that Khan-Cullors also owns a house in the predominantly black neighborhood of Inglewood — among several other homes. The New York Post reported Saturday that she bought a $510,000 home there in 2016, which is worth about $800,000 today. She also bought a $590,000 home in South Los Angeles that is worth $720,000 today, and bought a ranch in rural Georgia for $415,000 last year, “featuring a private airplane hangar with a studio apartment above it.”
The Post added that Khan-Cullors and spouse Janaya Khan “also eyed property in the Bahamas at an ultra-exclusive resort where Justin Timberlake and Tiger Woods both have homes” called the Albany last year, with the price not disclosed.

Think about all those “progressive” idiots on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, etc., who urged their followers to give — give! give! give! — to support Black Lives Matter. Now we have conclusive proof that this alleged “social justice” movement was really a scam by which the organizers enriched themselves at the expense of their donors.

(Hat-tip to Katrina Pierson for the headline.)



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