Following the resignation of Patrisse Cullors from the Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation after the revelation that she owned four homes, it appears the organization is adrift and no one will say what happened to tens of millions contributed by corporate America. According to a story in the Washington Examiner, by Andrew Kerr:
No one appears to have been in charge at Black Lives Matter for months. The address it lists on tax forms is wrong, and the charity’s two board members won’t say who controls its $60 million bankroll, a Washington Examiner investigation has found…
Paul Kamenar, counsel for conservative watchdog group the National Legal and Policy Center, said a full audit and investigation into Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation, the legal entity that represents the national BLM movement, is warranted.
“This is grossly irregular and improper for a nonprofit with $60 million in its coffers,” Kamenar said.
Also from the story:
Kamenar said his watchdog group believes there should be a “full audit” of BLM to clear up the spending discrepancy.
“Bottom line: Lot of questionable financial activity, organizational structure, location of the books, etc. that call for a full investigation,” Kamenar said.
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In a front-page Los Angeles Times article on January 13, Cullors says she became “paranoid” and suffered a complete mental breakdown following the exposé of her real estate. Click here to read excerpts from the story.