Monday, December 5, 2022
Monday, December 5, 2022

    Black Lives Matter PAC siphoned away almost ALL of its $116,000 cash reserves in the first three months of 2022 with the largest chunk of funds going to a firm owned by a BLM board member

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    Black Lives Matter PAC burned through nearly all of its $116,000 cash reserves in just the first three months of 2022 – paying the most significant chunk to a firm owned by a BLM board member, Your Content has learned.

    Black Lives Matter PAC ended the 2022 quarter with $19,750 in the bank.

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    This was after raising $80,000 and spending $116,000 during the first quarter, according to a filing submitted to the Federal Election Commission on Friday.

    A substantial chunk of that money – $45,000 – went to Bowers Consulting Firm, a company run by BLM board member Shalomyah Bowers.

    BLM PAC is affiliated with the BLM Global Network Foundation.

    In early April, BLM apologized following an expose that detailed how the organization had used donations to purchase a $6 million home in Los Angeles.

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    The groups co-founder, Patrisse Cullors, who resigned last year amid scrutiny of her $3.2 million real estate empire, called reports of the mansion ‘despicable,‘according to The Washington Examiner.

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