REAL JUSTICE – Black Lives Matter (BLM) Goes Quiet After Blue States Question Their Financial Activity

Well, the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree, nor do corrupt people become moral on their own, especially when millions of dollars are accessible for the taking.

The once-thriving social justice movement organization that uses the black community and angry white radical women to riot and drives donations, had another reality check knock on their organization’s door today.

Black Lives Matter (BLM) shut down all its online fundraising streams late Wednesday afternoon, just days after California threatened to hold the charity’s leaders personally liable over its lack of financial transparency. BLM’s charity registration is also out of compliance in Connecticut, Maine, Maryland, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Carolina, and Virginia.

The national Black Lives Matter organization, which has acted as domestic terrorists for the past 2 years, has received a massive amount of donations from far-left activists and WOKE corporations, leading to mounting evidence of corruption and self-enrichment in the top leadership.

In the spring of 2021, Patrisse Cullors, a co-founder of BLM and a self-described Marxist, stepped down from the leadership after it was revealed that she had gone on a multi-million dollar home-buying spree. Her purchases include an affluent property in Topanga Canyon, CA. California.

Per California’s demand, the SJW organization has put a brake on its financial activity by shutting down all of its fundraising efforts. The donation button that used to be featured prominently on BLM’s website was nowhere to be found as of Wednesday evening.

Washington recently ordered BLM to cease all fundraising activities in their blue states due to the failure of the Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation, the legal entity that represents the national BLM movement, to report information about its finances in 2020, the year it raised tens of millions amid the racial protests and riots that followed George Floyd’s killing.

“We take these matters seriously and have taken immediate action,” an unidentified spokesperson for Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation told the Washington Examiner. “We have immediately engaged compliance counsel to address any issues related to state fundraising compliance. In the interim, we have shut down online fundraising as we work quickly to ensure we are meeting all compliance requirements.”

The California Department of Justice told the Washington Examiner on Tuesday that “BLMGNF is prohibited from soliciting donations so long as its status is listed as delinquent.” Despite the notice, the BLM accepted a $1 donation from a Washington Examiner reporter based in California on Wednesday morning.

Even though BLM also received notice from the state of Washington on Jan. 5 to “immediately cease” all fundraising activities in the state, the charity accepted a $1 contribution from a Washington resident on Tuesday.

So there you have it, folks, I think BLM’s days are numbered, or at the least, they will be forced to restructure in an attempt to remain open.

Either way, the Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation has lost major creditability which should probably cause George Soros and other globalists to find a different group to funnel their dirty money through in the future.

The streets of America will be much safer if BLM has to bolt up their doors, as their leadership rides off into their awaiting prison cells, wearing orange or pinstripe matching uniforms.

Written By: Eric Thompson, host of the Eric Thompson Show.
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