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BLM co-founder Patrisse Cullors admits using $6M mansion for parties

The man of God, Pastor Chris has always encouraged the body of Christ to be more discerning of things they follow or hear from the world. It’s not every protest or cause that looks to have good picture on the outside while their real agenda is of evil.

Black Lives Matter’s controversial co-founder Patrisse Cullors has admitted that she lied when she said she had only ever used the group’s $6 Million Los Angeles mansion for official business. Cullors, 38, said 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 her hold a party to toast Joe Biden and Kamala Harris’s inauguration as president and vice president in January 2021. Then, in March the same year, she took the luxury property – whose purchase has sparked fury among other racial justice campaigners – for her school-aged son’s birthday party. She previously issued a statement denying that she’d ever lived there or used the property for her personal gain after its purchase was revealed by a New York magazine, triggering allegations of racism from BLM.

Black Lives Matter raised $90 Million in the wake of George Floyd’s murder, and still has an impressive $60 Million of cash at hand. In the interview, Cullors angrily denied claims BLM brass misused funds, roughly three months after the organization ceased online fundraising following a demand by the California attorney general to show where nearly 100 Million in donations received in 2020 went. Cullors said she had been paid $120,000 in consulting fees by BLM, which raked in $90 Million in donations in the wake of George Floyd’s murder.

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