Tax Documents Expose Financial Crimes Of Black Lives Matter

A protester holds up a Black Lives Matter sign outside the Hennepin County Government Center.

The co-founder of Black Lives Matter has said in a previous interview that following tax laws is “triggering,” which explains why she did such a terrible job at covering up the domestic terrorist organization’s financial discrepancies.

Patrisse Cullors has enriched herself and many members of her family by raking in lucrative contracts and massive donations from unsuspecting liberals who aren’t privy to the organization’s cash-funneling tactics.

Black Lives Matter is a domestic terrorist organization.

They demonstrated a willingness to completely destroy the country when burned down major American cities just two summers ago after the death of George Floyd. After the riots, BLM received a windfall of cash that the founders used to line their pockets and the pockets of those closest to them.

According to tax documents, Cullors used BLM donations to pay massive salaries to herself and members of her family.

[source: The Washington Examiner]

Damon Turner, Cullor’s baby daddy, raked in $969,459 from the organization through his art firm, Trap Heals, BLM’s Form 990 disclosure shows.

An LLC run by Cullors’s brother, Paul Cullors, received $840,993 for “professional security services.”

Shalomyah Bowers, a member of the BLM board of directors and a close associate to Cullors, pulled in $2,167,894 to his company for consulting and management services.

New Impact Partners, an LLC run by the sister of BLM operations director Raymond Howard, received $107,000 for “fundraising counsel activities.”

Cullors ultimately had exclusive control over how BLM spent its funds, as she was the only member of the charity’s board of directors from July 1, 2020, through June 30, 2021, the time frame covered by the Form 990 disclosure.

BLM even paid out $139,625 to its former executive director, Kailee Scales, despite the fact that she didn’t work for the charity during the time frame.

Cullors herself billed BLM $73,523 for charter flights during the year, which BLM said Cullors repaid to the charity sometime after July 2021.

BLM also reported spending $5,923,811 on its mansion in Los Angeles, which was purchased with donor cash in October 2020.

Cullors repaid BLM $390 for her use of the charity’s mansion for her child’s birthday party in March 2021.

The charity also disclosed spending a significant sum of money outside the United States.

BLM doled out $8,024,626 in grants to organizations based in foreign countries in North America, upward of $6 million of which is presumably related to the group’s grant to BLM Canada to help fund its cash purchase of a mansion in downtown Toronto in mid-July 2021.

BLM also granted nearly $26 million to local BLM chapters and other social justice groups across the country. Notable recipients include the Trayvon Martin Foundation, which received $200,000 from BLM, and the George Floyd Memorial Foundation, which also received $200,000.

BLM closed out June 2021 with net assets of $41.9 million, $32 million of which were “investments” in publicly traded securities, the 990 shows.

In addition, BLM revealed the Tides Foundation, which served as the charity’s fiscal sponsor during the second half of 2020, held $26.1 million in the “Black Lives Matter Support Fund” at the end of December 2021.

Cullors has admitted to being a “trained Marxist” and constantly decries the crime of “whiteness” as she fleeces polite liberal society for major donation bucks all to enrich herself and her family.

What do you believe is the logical conclusion of an organization like Black Lives Matter headed by a monster like Cullors continuing to receive millions in unchecked donations?

Author: Ann Taylor


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