BLM Bought $6 Million Mansion With Contributions

Five months after the death of drug-addict and habitual felon George Floyd, the racial activist group Black Lives Matter (BLM) secretly purchased a 6,500 sq. ft. Southern California mansion with $6 million in funds contributed to fight racism.  The purchase, reported by Joshua Rhett Mills of the New York Post,  was arranged by Dyane Pascall, the financial manager of a consulting firm managed by BLM founder Patrisse Cullors and her spouse.  Within a week, ownership of the six-bedroom, six bathroom home was transferred to a Delaware LLC, ensuring the property’s owner would be kept secret.  In a video recorded in June 2021, Cullors, Alicia Garza and Melina Abdullah, the leaders of BLM, are seen toasting the first anniversary of George Floyd’s death with champagne on the patio of the mansion.  In the video Cullors complained about last year’s New York Post disclosure of her purchase of four homes, allegedly with contributions.  “It’s because we are threatening the establishment, we’re threatening white supremacy,” she said.   One wonders if Target, Facebook, Walmart, Apple, Amazon, Microsoft, Square, Etsy, Levis, Gap, Nike, MacDonalds, Wendys, Coca-Cola, Peloton and liberal billionaires that contributed millions to BLM will ever acknowledge that they were hustled by a group of race-baiting  thieves.

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