(RightIsRight.co) – What happened to the money?
That seems like a fair question to ask of Black Lives Matter regarding the $60 million that BLM has so far not accounted for properly.
Could it be that the national Black Lives Matter organization is corrupt? Inquiring minds would like to know the answer to that question!
According to the Washington Examiner today in “BLM accounting gimmick further delays disclosure of its $60M bankroll“:
“The national organization for Black Lives Matter appears to have used an unusual accounting maneuver to further delay reporting what became of its $60 million bankroll from 2020, a move one charity watchdog called “the worst transparency issue” she has ever seen…
“Given the money involved here, this is really unbelievable,” CharityWatch Executive Director Laurie Styron told the Washington Examiner. “To not know who is in charge of $60+ million collected by the national charity arm of arguably the most prominent social justice movement in the country is the worst transparency issue I have seen in my 18 years as a charity watchdog.” [emphasis added]
But, it only gets worse, and you need to read the Washington Examiner’s detailed exclusive report to get the full flavor of what may have happened to a significant amount of the money that has still not been accounted for because BLM is using accounting tricks to hide what’s going on.
But here’s a teaser. The report names names, and it sure does look like several former BLM insiders, and several folks close to those insiders are, shall we say, far wealthier than they were before the organization received $60 million.
You can read the excellent report by clicking HERE.
What do you think? Please email [email protected] and share your thoughts and opinion. Do you think something improper may have happened with a significant portion of the $60 million BLM has not adequately accounted for yet? Why or why not?
#EXCLUSIVE: The national Black Lives Matter group appears to have used an unusual accounting maneuver to further delay reporting what became of its $60 million bankroll from 2020.https://t.co/KS9pqg4jEZ
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) February 16, 2022