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BLM Founder Breaks Down Over Standard Tax Laws – ‘It’s, Like, Triggering and Unsafe’

Before the Michael Brown shooting, Black Lives Matter was sputtering along, unknown to most of America, but after Brown, social justice activists with big money got behind BLM, which then encouraged “woke” corporations to follow suit.

Recently supporters have been asking where all donations went as they are not seeing anything substantial going back into the urban areas.

One of the founders, the Marxist, now millionaire, co-founder of the Black Lives Matter movement, Patrisse Cullors, is being asked the same question via standard IRS tax forms, and she doesn’t like it.

Cullors broke down on Friday when discussing tax forms her organization is required to disclose about its finances.

“It is such a trip now to hear the term ‘990,’” Patrisse Cullors said at a speaking engagement in Washington state, referring to the IRS form that discloses charities’ finances.

“I’m, like, ugh. It’s, like, triggering.” Cullors, who purchased millions of dollars’ worth in real estate from her perch as BLM’s executive director, also said that she “did not know what 990s were” until recently and felt “deeply unsafe” having to fill one out for the nonprofit.

The event was first reported by the Washington Examiner‘s Andrew Kerr, who in January also reported how BLM has no apparent leader after Cullors’s resignation in May 2021 and how the group still won’t say who is responsible for overseeing $60 million in funds.

Black Lives Matter raised more than $90 million in 2020. Its finances, including Cullors’s purchase of four homes for $3.2 million in the same year, became public following its 990 disclosures in 2021. Cullors stepped down from her position as executive director shortly afterward.

Black Lives Matter has also faced criticism for its exorbitant spending, including its purchase of a $6 million mansion in Los Angeles.

“This is being literally weaponized against us, against the people we work with,” Cullors said on Friday of the disclosures.

Well, you would have to think Culliors would have asked her accountant about reporting before she went on a personal real estate spending spree, but then again, she has never presented herself as anyone worried about anyone but herself, now has to deal with the reality that it is not all about her after all.

If she cut corners and broke tax laws, she better hope a Soros-backed prosecutor gets her case, to extend her some “privilege” keeping her out of jail.

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This story syndicated with permission from Eric Thompson Show