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BLM Co-Founder Renovates Backyard of Her $1.4M L.A. Mansion

Among those homes was the Topanga Canyon compound, which she paid for in cash...

(Dmytro “Henry” Aleksandrov, Headline USA) Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors decided to invest the organization’s money, donated by people who thought they were helping to fight social injustices, to renovate the backyard of her $1.4 million mansion.

Instead of sharing her wealth with people, like a true “trained Marxist,” Cullors decided to invest in her own creature comforts.

“Photos from the Daily Mail show that Cullors … has installed a brand-new sauna and garden outside her ritzy house located in the Topanga Canyon neighborhood of Los Angeles,” Breitbart reported.

“In addition, it appears as if she has added a plunge pool, concrete steps, a children’s swing and slide set and a trampoline.”

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The Daily Mail noted that the concrete steps were added probably because the mansion is located “on the slope of the canyon wall.”

Aside from spending BLM money donated by true cultists only on the house, the communist also installed a $35,000 fence around the property in June 2021.

Cullors co-founded BLM in 2013, but the organization became known around the globe only in 2020 when fentanyl abuser and criminal George Floyd died at the hands of police.

Questions eventually arose about how the BLM Global Network Foundation was spending the $90 million it had received from people following that tumultuous year. Journalists later reported about how Cullors used some of that money to purchase property for herself.

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“It was later reported that since 2016, Cullors had purchased four homes in [Calif.] and [Ga.] for a total of worth $3.2 million,” Breitbart reported.

“Among those homes was the Topanga Canyon compound, which she paid for in cash under the entity name ‘Abolitionist Entertainment, LLC’ in March 2021.”

After the evidence surfaced, Cullors quickly resigned from BLM in May 2021 — one month after the public realized that she purchased the Topanga Canyon home. She tried to defend herself.

“Cullors claimed to have bought the homes to support her family and blamed ‘right-wing media’ for highlighting her spending habits on luxurious homes.”

The self-indulgent spending sprees wasn’t limited to one luxury mansion.

“Recent tax filings have also shown the BLMGNF spending more than half of its $90 million fund on consultants and real estate… It still reportedly has $42 million left in net assets,” Breitbart reported.

“The group is also accused of purchasing a $6 million home in Southern California that she used for personal parties.”

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