BLM Co-Founder in Hot Water Buying Homes in White Neighborhoods

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BLM co-founder Patrisse Khan-Cullors is under fire and in hot water for allegedly going on a real-estate buying spree. She purchased four high-end homes, with some being in wealthy predominately white neighborhoods.

BLM Co-Founder is Called out by Conservative Author and Commentator Candace Owens

Pulling no punches, Candace Owens said Khan-Cullors is a “trained Marxist.” Owens said Khan-Cullors does claim to be one. That is because, by definition, Marxists steal from others to enrich themselves. She also said that corporations are standing behind her, too, which she thinks is very suspicious. There have been rumors and allegations that the controversial George Soros’ group, Open Societies Foundation, is behind the BLM movement. They have poured hundreds of millions into building power in Black communities. Another question she asked is why Khan-Cullors doesn’t want to live near Black people. She has stolen money from other people, this is on the pretext of a life that is Black Lives Matter. She, has in fact, enriched herself and she has bought four homes. 

Organization Members are Calling Foul, too, and Want an Investigation

Other members of the BLM organization have called for an investigation. This was after the news hit of Khan-Cullors bling living hit the press. Hank Newsome is doubting someone such as Khan-Cullors who calls herself a socialist. Then he poses the question does much of her own personal money is in fact going to charitable causes. He also adds it’s very sad. That is because people will then doubt the validity of the movement. Then, they will gloss over the fact it’s the people themselves that are, in fact, carrying the movement.” Newsome is head of the Black Lives Matter Greater New York City

Will the family of slain Michael Brown, Jr., Ever Receive Justice, Acknowledgement, and Money from the BLM?

In 2013, Khan-Cullors co-founded the BLM movement with Alicia Garza and Opal Tometi. On behalf of Michael Brown Sr., whose son Michael Brown Jr. was killed by police in Ferguson, Missouri, in 2014, BLM activists are demanding $20 million. This comes from the Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation.

Michael Brown Sr is perplexing why his family’s foundation hasn’t received any assistance from the movement. Community organizer Tony Russell is requesting assistance on behalf of the many activists in the St. Louis area. He is also joining by Mike Brown Sr., and is holding BLM accountable.

High-End Homes Purchased on the Back of the BLM

Khan-Cullors, according to property reports, purchased four high-end homes for $3.2 million in the U.S. The BLM co-founder is also said to look at property in the Bahamas. The property is a toney luxury beachfront outside of Nassau. The condo prices range between $5 million to $20 million.

She also purchased the $1.4 million Topanga Canyon compound. This is one of three homes Khan-Cullors does own in the Los Angeles area, according to public records.

Khan-Cullors and her spouse Janaya Khan purchased a “custom ranch” in Conyers, Georgia. In addition, the “activist” paid $510,000 for a three-bedroom home in Inglewood, California and $590,000 for a four-bedroom home in South L.A., purchase in 2018.

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