In the above video, Candace Owens reacts to Black Lives Matter Co-founder and self-proclaimed ‘Marxist’ Patrice Khan-Cullors’ real estate investments on ‘Tucker Carlson Tonight.
BLM’s ‘Marxist’ Co-Founder Raked In $20,000 A Month As Chairwoman Of Jail Reform Group
- Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation co-founder Patrisse Cullors raked in upwards of $20,000 a month serving as the chairwoman of a Los Angeles jail reform group in 2019, campaign finance records show.
- Reform LA Jails paid Cullors through her consulting firm Janaya and Patrisse Consulting a total of $191,000 in 2019, the records show.
- Cullors purchased a $1.4 million home in a majority-white Los Angeles neighborhood on March 30 through a corporate entity under her control, according to a celebrity real estate news site.
- Cullors’ firm earned an additional $46,330 from Real Justice PAC, a political action committee co-founded by left-wing activist Shaun King in 2018. Cullors is a senior advisor to the PAC.
Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation co-founder and executive director Patrisse Cullors, a self-identified “trained Marxist,” raked in upwards of $20,000 a month serving as the chairwoman of a Los Angeles jail reform group in 2019, according to campaign finance records reviewed by the Daily Caller News Foundation.
Reform LA Jails disbursed a total of $191,000 to Cullors in 2019 through her consulting firm, Janaya and Patrisse Consulting, according to financial records submitted to the California Fair Political Practices Commission. The description for each of the seven reported payments to the Cullors’ firm that year read: “P. Cullors, Principal Officer, Business Owner.”
Marxist BLM leader reportedly raked in big bucks from jail reform initiative
Patrisse Khan-Cullors, the self-described Marxist leader of Black Lives Matter, raked in upwards of $20,000 a month as the chairwoman of a jail reform initiative, according to reports on Wednesday.
Cullors, who is listed as “principal officer” and “business owner” on the payments, started the firm with her spouse and BLM co-founder Janaya Khan.
The reports came as the 37-year-old activist faced criticism over a real estate spending spree — in which she snagged four high-end homes for $3.2 million in the US alone.
Cullors, who recently bought a $1.4 million home in an exclusive LA neighborhood where the vast majority of residents are white, pushed back in a lengthy post on Instagram.