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    Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors has tearfully sobbed that she was being harassed by conservative commentator Candace Owens who calmly asked to speak to her outside her $1.4 million Los Angeles mansion.  Owens, 33, who works for The Daily Wire, released footage of the incident calling Cullors, 38, a 'liar' as she shared the edited video of her team calmly asking last Saturday to speak with the troubled activist. In Cullors' clip, she sobs while she says she was shaken by the encounter, despite never speaking to Owens herself. The incident comes a week after Cullors, who resigned from the Black Lives Matter Global Network last year amid scrutiny over her leadership, admitted that she lied when she denied using the $6 million LA property for official business only as she continues to face a probe over how the group's funds were handled.  Cullors told the Associated Press earlier this week that she used the opulent seven-bed Studio City compound - purchased in cash by BLM in October 2020 - for her own recreation twice.   The first instance saw...
    A 'dark money' nonprofit run by one of Black Lives Matter's founders received $2.5million in donations from a Silicon Valley foundation in 2020, new tax filings have revealed. Forms filed last month show that Dignity and Power Now - a Los Angeles-based grassroots agency headed by BLM cofounder Patrisse Cullors - secured $4.2million in donations in 2020, with the bulk of that sum coming from the Silicon Valley Community Foundation, a multibillion-dollar fund based in the Bay Area.  The firm, which bills itself as 'a donor-advised community foundation serving the Silicon Valley region,' is one of the largest funds in the country, and received $2.1 billion in contributions in 2020 alone, tax records show.  Moreover, the high-powered fund is linked to some of the biggest names in the Valley, including Mark Zuckerberg, Jack Dorsey, and Netflix cofounder Reed Hastings, who have all contributed cash to the sizable foundation. Patrice Cullors dark-money nonprofit has obtained $2.5m in donations from a woke Silicon Valley fund whose benefactors include some of tech's richest tycoons  Cullors Dignity & Power Now obtained more than $2.5m from the Silicon...
    Mark Esper, center, marched with Trump immediately after attacking Black Lives Matter protesters demonstrating near the White House. Now he wants points for not agreeing to Trump requests to just murder them? In news we already knew but now know more, er, knowingly, a new book by ex-Trump secretary of defense Mark Esper confirms that yes, Donald Trump really did want to "just shoot" Black Lives Matter protesters rallying near the White House during the 2020 protests. Specifically, Trump said he wanted the U.S. military to "beat the fuck" out of the protesters, and told Joint Chiefs of Staff chair Gen. Mark Milley and other top administration officials to "just shoot them" on several occasions. When Milley and then-attorney general Bill Barr resisted due to the blazing illegality of such an order and, let's assume, not wanting to spend the rest of their lives in prison on this bozo's behalf, Trump modified his proposal to "just shoot them in the legs or something?" We knew these incidents had taken place because a previous book profiting off the slow death of...
    One of Elon Musk's top lieutenants has reportedly promised an infamous right-wing provocateur that his Twitter ban will be lifted 'soon'. Jared Birchall, who runs Musk's personal investment office and has been a top advisor in his $44 billion Twitter takeover, made the promise in a text message to activist Charles C. Johnson, the Wall Street Journal reported. Johnson is a self-described investigative journalist who became famous for his internet pranks and campaigns targeting left-wing activists, politicians and reporters. Critics call him a 'digital Darth Vader' and the 'troll king'. He was banned from Twitter in 2015 for sending a fundraising appeal to support 'taking out' Black Lives Matter activist DeRay McKesson, who called the remark a 'serious threat' and asked for Johnson to be banned from the platform. Johnson insisted that he was using the term 'taking out' to refer to his plans to dig up dirt on McKesson, but Twitter sided with the BLM activist, banning Johnson under its policy against targeted harassment. Jared Birchall, who runs Musk's personal investment office and has been a top advisor in his $44...
    Kira Davis is host of the podcast 'Just Listen to Yourself with Kira Davis'  The secret is out. Black Lives Matter is a fraud and any corporation who has thrown in with them should immediately rescind their associations and possibly even their donations. Even the liberal media cannot spin the latest damning report of financial misdeeds by Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation (BLMGNF) after it was revealed that the charity quietly purchased a $6 million mansion in southern California. 'For years, people marched, got tear-gassed, donated and literally put their lives on the line in the hopes of Black emancipation — not a Black influencer McMansion,' wrote columnist Karen Attiah in the Washington Post. The jig is up – right? You'd think that corporate America would be just as outraged as the rest of us that millions of dollars donated to help improve the lives of black Americans may have gone unused, wasted, or misappropriated. But apparently, they're not. And it's fair to ask: Why not? For years, we've heard complaints from community satellite BLM organizations that they hadn't...
    Kenosha County in the state of Wisconsin has been captured by the GOP for the first time in decades having been the focal point of Black Lives Matter protests in 2020 which led to $50 million worth of damage and the trial of Kyle Rittenhouse. The state turned red for the first time in since 1998 and saw Samantha Kerkman elected as county executive. Kerkman was backed by Republicans although the race was described as being 'nonpartisan' and was running against Democrat Rebecca Matoska-Mentink.  Kenosha was traditionally a swing county but the county had not voted for a Republican presidential candidate since Richard Nixon campaigned in 1968.  GOP-backed Samantha Kerkman, left, defeated Democrat Rebecca Matoska-Mentink in Tuesday’s Spring Election to become the next Kenosha County executive Rioters set fire to buildings across Kenosha, destroying over 100 businesses and causing $50million in damage, between August 24 and August 28 after Jacob Blake was shot by a white cop  The chaos in Kenosha came as the result of this shooting on August 23. Jacob Blake, a black man (shown in white) was shot...
    A Black Lives Matter activist and her husband both pleaded not guilty Tuesday to charges that they defrauded donors who gave to their nonprofit and spent most of the $1 million raised for their own personal gain.   Monica Cannon-Grant, 41, and Clark Grant, 38, used the funds from the charity to pay for restaurant meals, vacations and trip to the nail salon, an 18-page indictment handed down by a federal grand jury earlier this month alleges.  They're also accused of illegally collecting an estimated $100,000 in pandemic unemployment benefits and lying on a mortgage application. The couple founded nonprofit Violence in Boston in 2017, which received significant attention at the height of the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement in 2020.  On Tuesday, they pleaded not guilty to wire fraud, conspiracy, and making false statements on a mortgage application, when they appeared at their virtual arraignment.  Assistant US Attorney Adam Deitch told the judge on Tuesday that the case against the couple is 'complex' and involves a 'massive' amount of evidence. He requested four weeks to produce the first load of documents, which...
    A Canadian MP says the bank account of a single mom with a minimum wage job has been frozen after she donated $50 to Freedom Convoy.  Canadian banks have been freezing the accounts and canceling credit cards of people linked to the trucker protests in accordance with the Emergencies Act, which Prime Minister Justin Trudeau invoked last week in an attempt to clear the demonstrators from Ottawa.  He has been blasted for the move, seen as draconian and an affront to the right to protest, with a parliamentary vote on whether Trudeau did the right thing set to take place in the coming days.  A single mother named only as Briane is one of those people, according to Canadian MP Mark Strahl, as concerns grow that scores of ordinary people will no longer be able to pay for food and basics if their accounts have been frozen just for making a donation.  He tweeted her story Sunday, shining a light on how her livelihood is being affected by Trudeau's orders.    'Briane is a single mom from Chilliwack working a minimum...
    Hollywood celebrities supported a Black Lives Matter bail fund that recently bailed out Quintez Brown, the BLM and anti-gun activist who has been charged with the attempted murder of a mayoral candidate in Louisville, Kentucky. Celebrities who have promoted or donated to the Louisville Community Bail Fund, which is overseen by Black Lives Matter Louisville, include ABC’s Scandal star Kerry Washington, actress-singer Janelle Monáe, Schitt’s Creek actor Dan Levy, Jeopardy! host Mayim Bialik, and Hamilton star Lin-Manuel Miranda. Many of the stars encouraged their fans to donate to the bail fund in 2020 during the BLM riots related to the shooting death of Breonna Taylor by Louisville police that year. Quintez Brown was arrested this week and was charged with attempted murder after allegedly shooting at Louisville, Kentucky, mayoral candidate Craig Greenburg (D). Brown reportedly entered Greenberg’s campaign headquarters and opened fire with a Glock 9mm handgun. Greenberg was not injured in the attack and Brown was apprehended ten minutes afterward. Just days after his arrest, the Louisville Community Bail Fund posted the $100,000 bond to free Brown from jail as he awaits trial. Brown penned an...
    Hamilton creator Lin Manuel Miranda once promoted the Black Lives Matter-linked bail fund that paid to free a 21-year-old activist accused of trying to shoot a Jewish mayoral candidate dead in his campaign office.  On Monday 21-year-old Quintez Brown allegedly showed up at Democratic mayoral candidate Craig Greenberg's Louisville Kentucky campaign HQ, where he is said to have opened fire. Just two days later BLM Louisville, together with the BLM-run Louisville Community Bail Fund, posted the journalist and Obama Foundation mentee's $100,000 cash bond, a decision Greenberg said reflected how 'broken' the criminal justice system is.  Now it appears that the bail fund that made Brown's release possible has been promoted by major stars like Miranda. In May 2020, amid nationwide protest due to murder of George Floyd, the Hamilton creator and actor asked his over 3 million Twitter followers to support the Louisville Community Bail Fund by donating or volunteering.   'Donating & adding the Louisville Community Bail Fund to the list below,' Miranda wrote, including links. 'If you cannot donate, amplify/volunteer.'  'If you are heartsick over racism & injustice, let it...
    Here's a local news video about Montez Lee's crime: Montez Lee Pleads Guilty To Setting Minneapolis Pawn Shop On Fire During Unrest www.youtube.com
    Canadian BLM activists Sarah Jama and Sahra Soudi said in a statement, "For BLM Canada to take money from BLM Global Network [Foundation] for a building without consulting the community was unethical. For BLM Canada to refuse to answer questions from young Black organizers goes against the spirit of movement-building." "In other words, the NDA was designed as a constant threat of legal action against us, even though we were volunteering our time to a cause we believed in," the activists added. Here is our statement on why we left BLMTO, @bolshevikbaddie "After over a year of struggling within @BLM_TO to improve internal processes, we left the group when, like many other people, we found out about @blmcanada_ $8 million dollar purchase of the @WildseedCentre_ "pic.twitter.com/p6ayoSztLY — Sarah (slamma bamma) Jama (@Sarah (slamma bamma) Jama) 1642612592 The criticism of the high-priced property arrives at a time when there are growing questions about Black Lives Matter's finances. After Cullors suddenly resigned from her role as executive director of the Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation last year, the organization...
    Whole Foods has hit back at the Biden-appointed top labor board lawyer for demanding that staff be allowed to wear Black Lives Matter face masks to work, with the grocery giant accusing the labor board of violating the company's rights. Twenty-seven plaintiffs in July 2020 accused Whole Foods, in a proposed nationwide class action filed in Boston, of selectively enforcing its dress code banning 'visible slogans, messages, logos or advertising' unrelated to the company. The plaintiffs said Whole Foods would send workers home without pay or impose disciplinary actions for wearing the masks and related apparel, even as it let employees wear masks bearing political messages and sports team logos. Whole Foods insisted that their company dress code prevented all logos and slogans, and said that the firm - owned by Amazon - supported the BLM movement. Whole Foods employees wearing Black Lives Matter masks are seen outside the Cambridge, Massachusetts store in June 2020, after they were sent away for wearing the masks Jennifer Abruzzo, the general counsel of the National Labor Relations Board, has spoken in favor of employees...
    Video of the talk was recently leaked by Tony Kinnett (pictured), district science coordinator & instructional coach for Indianapolis Public Schools A group of Black Lives Matter activists told Indiana middle school students during a spring 2020 lecture that they live in a world where 'crime is made up' and black people are more likely to be 'enslaved' for their actions. Video of the talk - which featured Indy10 BLM activists Jessica Louise, Kyra Jay Harvey, Michelle Anastasia and Leah Derray - was recently leaked by Tony Kinnett, district science coordinator and instructional coach for Indianapolis Public Schools. The footage shows how teachers permitted the guest speakers to tell students they were living in a 'misogynistic, masculine society' that uses white supremacy and capitalism to harm black people, according to the Daily Caller, which obtained and first reported on the video. The activists, focusing heavily on racial inequality, alleged that the American justice system treats black, brown and poor people less favorably than white people. 'Crime is made up. People created these rules and people break them. It's just that if you...
    A public school district in Michigan has encouraged its staff to participate in a 21 day 'Equity Challenge', exploring themes such as Identity and Intersectionality, Race and Class Privilege, Implicit Bias and Microaggressions. The voluntary course began on November 1, with 21 days of different topics - based on the theory that it takes 21 days to form a habit. They were provided with worksheets and reading materials, and encouraged to participate in discussion groups. Among the articles was a 2017 feature that pointed out African-American children in Michigan fare worse in education than in any other state. Staff are encouraged, as part of the 21 Day Equity Challenge, to participate in BLM protests Harrison High School, part of the Farmington Public School District. The district has 9,000 students in 16 schools near Detroit Alicia Guevara Warren, with the Michigan League for Public Policy, told NPR at the time: 'We have to really target our resources and our policies in a way that's going to start eliminating racial disparities, because Michigan will be a much stronger state when we take care...
    According to a 2020 survey of 61 retailers by the National Retail Federation, organized retail theft skyrocketed by nearly 60% since 2015 and cost stores an average of $719,548 per $1 billion dollars in sales. What changed around that time? Since California passed Prop 47 in 2014 and other numerous sentencing downgrades and early releases, violent crime has risen 13 percent, and there was a significant increase in burglary, larceny, and auto theft in 2015 and 2016. This is why we are seeing “smash and grab” flash mobs in California more than anywhere else. They know that if they steal less than $950 at a time, they will not be punished, but even for thefts larger than that sum, they practically never serve time in jail, even for repeat offenses. There is literally no deterrent. But it’s not just California. In 2017, Oklahoma passed State Question 780, which also downgraded theft and led to an entire black market created from brazen shoplifting in once safe central Oklahoma. So ironically, the companies’ beef has nothing to do with Congress,...
    Fox News host Martha MacCallum fired back at a BLM leader on Friday after he accused her of living from a place of “white privilege.” During a heated segment of “The Story,” Hawk Newsome, who co-founded Black Lives Matter of Greater New York with his sister, accused MacCallum of “white privilege” as they discussed pro-police leaders in New York City. The host immediately snapped back at Newsome following the accusation, saying, “Don’t throw that at me.” WATCH: Clip of Hawk Newsome (BLM) interview on @FoxNews w/ @marthamaccallum.#Cringe pic.twitter.com/XYzhopCAFF — ???????????????? ???????????????????? (@jackavery45) December 10, 2021 “People need to be safe, Hawk, people need to know that police are going to have their back,” said MacCallum, as the two frantically spoke over one another as they tried to discuss safety measures and the use of police in the city. (RELATED: Crime Is So Bad In New York. Even Democratic Voters think It’s A Top Priority: Poll) MacCallum further argued that New Yorkers need police to “keep the kids safe” and that the city needed to “let the police officers go...
    An Oregon school board that just weeks ago banned teachers from displaying Pride flags and Black Lives Matter symbols abruptly fired its superintendent during a Zoom meeting this week in a move that upends an entire school district just months into the start of the new school year. The Newberg School Board voted to terminate the contract of Superintendent Joe Morelock late Tuesday night, in a process that board director Brandy Penner, who voted against the firing, called “the shadiest, shadiest process ever.” A group composed primarily of parents known as Newberg Equity in Education were expected to demonstrate on Thursday at the office of the Portland metropolitan-area school district which enrolls roughly 5,000 students across 10 schools in Newberg, Dundee and the counties of Yamhill, Washington and Clackamas. “It will be our children who have to pay for this—because they will be losing resources out of their classrooms—and those are my kids,” Penner said in emotional denunciation of the 4-3 vote during Tuesday’s meeting. She was joined by board directors Rebecca Piros and Ines Pena in opposing Morelock’s...
    Former Sacramento Kings television announcer Grant Napear has filed a wrongful termination suit against the parent company of the California radio station that fired him in 2020 for tweeting 'ALL LIVES MATTER' amid protests over the police killing of George Floyd. Napear seeks compensatory damages in excess of $75,000 for lost wages, as well as punitive damages and attorney's fees, after suffering 'mental pain, anguish, and emotional distress' over his firing, according to the complaint filed in Sacramento federal court. The incident took place on Twitter in June of 2020 when former Kings center Demarcus Cousins asked for Napear's 'take' on the Black Lives Matter movement during local and national protests over the killing of Floyd, an African American. 'ALL LIVES MATTER,' Napear responded. 'EVERY SINGLE ONE!!!' To some, Napear's comment seemed aimed at diminishing the BLM movement during a time of nationwide racial tension. Napear resigned from his position as Kings television announcer amid uproar over the comment, but was fired by Sacramento's KTHK Sports 1140, which broadcast his AM radio show. Now Napear is suing Bonneville International, the...
    A group of Black Lives Matter (BLM) members held a protest at a New York City restaurant on Monday after three black women allegedly assaulted a hostess who asked for their proof of vaccination. Kaeita Nkeenge Rankin, 44, Tyonnie Keshay Rankin, 21, and Sally Rechelle Lewis, 49, reportedly assaulted a 24-year old hostess at Carmine’s on Thursday after asking for their proof of vaccination, FOX News reported. The three customers were charged with assault and criminal mischief. Justin More, who is representing the three women, said that the Carmine’s hostess used the “N-word” while asking for their proof of vaccination and assumed that their vaccine cards were fake, according to The New York Times. The protestors on Monday were chanting “F— you, Carmine’s” and “Carmine’s are racist” outside the Upper West Side restaurant, according to Fox News. The demonstrators also claimed that the COVID-19 passports required at indoor restaurants disproportionately affect black people. #HappeningNow Black lives matter activists show up in front of Carmines restaurants in NYC after an issue happened there that stemmed from a vax card . They...