Controversial Black Lives Matter Co-founder in Trouble Again

The liberal co-founder of Black Lives Matter, Patrisse Khan-Cullors, is in hot water again. She recently went on a home buying spree. Patrisse purchased four new homes and is shopping for more in the Bahamas. Should we be shocked to learn that her “non-profit” is now in trouble?

Cullors’ nonprofit, Dignity and Power Now, was warned by California’s attorney general’s office in March over its failure to file all the required financial documents for 2019. According to state records, Dignity and Power Now is currently delinquent in California, where it is incorporated.

“A delinquent organization may not engage in any activity for which registration is required, including solicitation or disbursing of charitable assets,” reads an earlier warning sent to Cullors’ nonprofit from California’s Registry of Charitable Trusts, which was first reported by the Daily Signal.

Self-described “trained Marxist” and Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors said her recent home purchasing spree was part of living her life “in direct support to Black people” and decried conservative media coverage as “racist and sexist.”

Should we be surprised that social media outlets are censoring anything critical of her extreme spending spree?

At some point she will be held accountable for the large amounts of money liberals have donated to BLM. We look forward to that day.