The controversial social justice activist group, Black Lives Matter (BLM), is starting to reap what they sowed following their on-the-street anarchists causing over 1 billion dollars in damages while rioting across the U.S., and their founders purging the organization of millions of dollars in donations for personal real estate purchases.
A big revenue source for BLM just ended the relationship.
Amazon kicked Black Lives Matter off its charity platform AmazonSmile on Tuesday as the social justice organization faces intense scrutiny from multiple states over the status of its financial windfall from 2020.
The move deprives the organization of a major revenue source that has provided $306 million to U.S. charities and comes less than two years after Amazon itself donated $10 million to BLM and 11 other social justice groups amid the nationwide unrest spurred by George Floyd’s killing.
Patrisse Cullors, a co-founder of BLM who resigned last May after amassing a $3.2 million real estate portfolio, blamed the group’s own questionable accounting on its white donors. Read more