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White BLM Activist Who Abused Funds Threatens Reporters Who Exposed Him

'And I'm just at a point in my life where I'm going to have to redistribute that pain back to them... '

(Tony Sifert, Headline USA) Notorious BLM grifter and alleged black man, Shaun King, has threatened to “dox” two New York Post reporters who penned articles detailing how lavishly he has spent money donated to his Grassroots Law PAC, according to The Daily Beast.

In a series of posts on Instagram and Facebook, King “directed his legion of supporters to send identifying personal information on the two reporters, including of their homes and families,” the Post reported.

King then warned both Kevin Sheehan and Isabel Vincent that he had their addresses and planned to make their lives uncomfortable.

“I know where you live . . . where your family lives,” King wrote. “You can attack me . . . but I’m going to at least make it uncomfortable for you — you aren’t going to post about my personal life without consequence.”

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In a July 21, 2021, story published by the Post, Vincent reported on King’s purchase of a $842,000 lakefront home in North Brunswick, New Jersey.

Vincent also reported that King’s spending has been criticized by other activists, including Samaria Rice, whose son was killed by police in Cleveland in 2014.

Earlier this week, Sheehan co-wrote an article with the Post‘s Bruce Golding in which he detailed King’s attempts to justify the purchase of a $40,000 guard dog to protect him from “white supremacists.”

On his The Breakdown podcast Wednesday, King again threatened reporters who look into his finances, the Beast reported.

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“Entire media outlets are using misinformation and dangerous information about me to make money to spread stories to harm me,” King wrote. “And I’m just at a point in my life where I’m going to have to redistribute that pain back to them.”

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