After diving $8.5 million into the red last year, not to mention $10 million in losses in its investment accounts, BLM, we now know, has been shelling out cash to consultants and executive staff members like co-founder Patrisse Cullors and her brother Paul, who apparently set up two shell companies that were paid $1.6 million from BLM's coffers last year for "professional security services."
The Washington Free Beacon reportedly obtained BLM's financial disclosures, which show a failing organization that was birthed out of the George Floyd false flag incident of mid-2020. Since then, BLM has left the news cycle, for the most part, and the only thing left is for its corrupt controllers to loot what remains.
(Related: For more than a decade prior to starting Black Lives Matter, Cullors was being trained by a radical domestic terrorist in the ways of Marxism and communism.)
Paul Cullors, reports indicate, was employed as head of the security team at one of the BLM mansions, this one worth $6 million, in Los Angeles. The mansion was paid for with charity donations to the organization.
One of BLM's only two paid employees during the year, Paul Cullors collected a cool $126,000 salary in 2022 – this on top of other consulting fees he billed the organization for additional services.
Paul Cullors is best known as a graffiti "artist" with no background whatsoever in security, which sounds just about right for the type of person we would expect to see in charge of BLM.
Since BLM is inherently distrustful of actual police officers, Patrisse Cullors reportedly defended hiring her brother instead.
In 2021, tax filings show that BLM paid a company owned by Damon Turner, the baby daddy of Patrisse Cullors' child, nearly a million dollars to help the group "produce live events," as well as provide other "creative services."
"While Patrisse Cullors was forced to resign due to charges of using BLM's funds for her personal use, it looks like she's still keeping it all in the family," said Paul Kamenar, an attorney for the watchdog group National Legal and Policy Center.
After Patrisse Cullors' departure, someone named Shalomyah Bowers took over BLM and resumed what her predecessor had been doing. In 2022, Bowers' consultancy firm took in $1.7 million from BLM for "management and consulting services."
Former BLM board member Raymond Howard also received handsome compensation from BLM as a consultant – Howard's brother Danielle Edwards also runs a consultancy firm called New Impact Partners which was hired by BLM as well.
In 2022, New Impact Partners received $1.1 million from BLM for consulting purposes, while another unidentified former board member's consulting firm received an additional $600,000 "in connection with a contract dispute."
All this consulting work and the gobs of cash that were thrown at it has completely drained the coffers of BLM, which is fast-plunging into total insolvency, not to mention the fact that nobody is sending money to BLM anymore, now that everything centers around transgenderism.
"Donations plunged by 88 percent between 2021 and 2022, from $77 million to just $9.3 million for the most recent financial year," reported the DailyMail Online (United Kingdom) about BLM's collapse into oblivion.
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