Black Lives Matter Operations SHUT DOWN In Multiple States For Alleged Illegal Activities


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Black Lives Matter Shut Down In Washington, Hampered In California

Back Lives Matter was shut down in Washington and stopped from receiving and dispersing funds in California for failure to report donation origins and improperly filing tax forms, the National Legal Policy Center reports. Black Lives Matter became the subject of national outcry after it was discovered that millions of dollars in donations allegedly went to housing purchases for one of the founders.

Further, millions of dollars in donations to Black Lives Matter recently went to a charity headed up by Patrisse Cullors' wife, and was used to buy an 8.1 million dollar mansion that once belonged to the Communist Party of Canada.

In addition to alleged flagrant misuse of donations, Black Lives Matter also reportedly failed to list the correct address for their organization on their tax forms, which violates state and federal law. Furthermore, California is demanding this info from the organization, which comes to a hefty 60 million dollars in financial info that Black Live Matter is refusing to reveal, despite their being legally required to do so.

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Black Lives Matter's Alleged Shady Donations Practices

In Washington State, Black Lives Matter has reportedly been shut down for failure to provide the same information. Additionally, they are not allowed to accept any further donations until this information is provided. There could also be a hefty fine of up to $2,000 per donation for any current donations it receives.

A source for the Washington Examiner reported he was still able to contribute money to Black Lives Matter after Washington told the organization to stop accepting donations. Meaning Black Lives Matter is reportedly ignoring the law.

In light of California and Washington coming after Black Lives Matter, the founders have reportedly jumped ship and Charity Watch's Executive Director Laurie Styron told Washington Examiner that BLM is "like a giant ghost ship full of treasure drifting in the night with no captain, no discernible crew, and no clear direction."

Previously, Black Lives Matter received $100 million in funding from the Ford Foundation and revealed that Black Lives Matter would be partnering with a Fortune 500 ad agency to cash in on ending black oppression.

The Ford Foundation has a long alleged history of working with the CIA and is currently being investigated by India's government over these ties. According to James Petras, a Bartle Professor (Emeritus) of Sociology at Binghampton University, New York, the Ford Foundation has long been used by the CIA to foment rebellions and topple countries.



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