11 MONTHS AFTER GEORGE FLOYD, BLM CO-FOUNDER ACQUIRES $1.4 MILLION MANSION
Patrisse Khan-Cullors, one of the pioneer originators of the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement that spurred a series of international protests against the killing of George Floyd last year, has reportedly purchased a massive $1.4million mansion in Los Angeles.
The sensational racially motivated movement jointly founded by Patrisse in 2014 after the killing of Trayvon Martin under the watch of the first black US president – Barrack Obama, was reported to have raked in a whopping $90 million in donations last year with many wondering how those monies were spent amidst controversies over possible affiliation of the group to the Democrat party.
Patrisse’s new home location which sits at the heart of a wealthy white-dominated neighborhood in Topanga – an expensive Los Angeles county, comes as a ‘duly’ earned reward for all the hard work put in spurring black Americans to vilify whites and her decision to do so, can be best viewed by millions of faithful black donors as a continuation of her mission to infiltrate the white community and steal justice for blacks.
Trayvon Martin will be proud!