Last week, we reported that Black Lives Matter co-founder and proud “trained Marxist” Patrisse Khan-Cullors purchased a $1.4 million home in Topanga Canyon, California, an extremely upscale area near Malibu with a black population of less than 2%.
Well, we stand corrected: The Daily Wire reports that there are actually two houses on the quarter-acre lot. Plus, she’s been on a regular real estate buying binge, purchasing a total of four homes for a combined $3.2 million. Khan-Cullors has also reportedly been looking at properties in an exclusive resort in the Bahamas where Justin Timberlake and Tiger Woods have getaways, and where properties are priced between $5 and $20 million.
All this has sparked backlash from local BLM leaders who want an investigation into how the group’s leaders are spending all those millions in donations that came pouring in from “woke” corporations last year. My writers and I looked into it ourselves, and I wish them good luck. You’ll find yourselves crawling into a confusing labyrinth of corporations and nonprofits, a “Foundation” that’s registered as a 501(c)3 nonprofit but other branches that are not, hidden tax returns and refusals to answer questions from the media, and connections to various far-left PACs that, like parts of BLM, can’t register as non-profits because of their political activism.
It’s the kind of elaborate “hide the money trail” set-up that you’d expect from a trained capitalist with multiple mansions, not a trained Marxist. Or maybe that Marxist got just enough training to learn what all the most successful Marxists do: how to separate gullible leftists from their money.