BLM Founder Blames “White Supremacy” Over Housing Despite Owning Multiple Homes

( Last month a report in the New York Post revealed that “trained Marxist” and Black Lives Matter founder Patrice Khan-Cullors went on a bit of a real estate buying spree. Cullors spent $3.2 Million on four homes – including a $1.4 Million ranch house in the predominately white Topanga Canyon outside of LA.

Ironically, over the weekend Cullors promoted on Instagram a May 8 NPR article titled “Black Americans and the Racist Architecture of Homeownership” — adding the message “Thank you @npr for highlighting the history of racism inside of the housing market and why Black homeownership has always been a way to disrupt white supremacy.”

Was Patrice trying to singlehandedly “disrupt white supremacy” when she bought up more homes than Bernie Sanders?

Cullors was not at all happy when the story of her home-buying spree broke.

Fortunately for her, social media giant Facebook did its part to suppress the story – blocking user posts that linked to the New York Post report.

Meanwhile, conservative sports writer Jason Whitlock was locked out of his Twitter account after he shared a link to the report and mocked Cullors for buying a home in an area with “a black population of 1.4%.”

“She’s with her people!” Whitlock sarcastically added.

When Hawk Newsome, the leader of Black Lives Matter Greater New York, called for an investigation into Cullors’ finances, Black Lives Matter threatened him with legal action denied any association with Newsome, saying Newsome had no right to use the Black Lives Matter name.

BLM also accused the New York Post of spreading a “false and dangerous story” – claiming “right wing forces” and “white supremacists” were behind it.

Of course, Cullors does in fact own the houses, so it is certainly not “false.”

Since its inception, Black Lives Matter has raised tens of millions of dollars in both corporate and individual donations. After the riots sparked by the in-custody death of George Floyd last year, BLM enjoyed a donations windfall of a staggering $90 million in 2020 alone.

There is no proof that Cullors used BLM funds to purchase her four homes. She has previously stated that while she was with BLM, she never took a salary. However, there is no doubt that the wealth she amassed since co-founding BLM would not have been possible but for her connection to the radical Marxist movement.