BLEXIT founder Candace Owens opened up a can of worms by exposing BLM co-founder Patrisse Cullors live on Instagram. The story begins with a visibly pregnant Owens visiting one of Patrisse Cullors properties that were allegedly purchased with BLM money. Cullors and the Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation (BLMGNF) have allegedly purchased a real estate portfolio worth nearly $10 million, including a $6 million estate in Los Angeles. The multi-million dollar estate was purportedly purchased for the purpose of using as a BLM “content production house”. Until recently, the only piece of content produced at this house was a YouTube video posted to Cullors’ YouTube page. During a recent Associated Press interview, Cullors admitted to also throwing her son’s birthday party at the lavish home as well as a Joe Biden inauguration party. This is of serious concern considering the allegations against BLMGNF of using donation money to fund personal purchases, such as private residences for Patrisse and many others.
Candace Owens, and many other people across the United States (not just conservatives), have concerns about where BLM’s finances are going. Patrisse Cullors was recently named in an investigation into BLM expenditures. Apparently, one person was officially in control of finances but that person does not appear to have that role anymore. So the job of bookkeeper/treasurer appears to be open. And the question of “where is the money going” is a persistent, nagging one that Cullors has not given a proper answer for. All of these floating questions caused Candace Owens to launch an investigation/documentary in which she physically goes to the alleged BLM properties to ask questions. The result was somewhat of a “meltdown” from Cullors over Instagram while Candace responded to say what’s really going on.
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