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Reply #90 posted 04/14/21 5:27pm

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PennyPurple said:

2elijah said:

jjhunsecker said: nod And made a lot of money from it.

Still making $$ from it, the one time donation that people thought they were signing up for, has now turned into donations taken right out of their account on a monthley(?) basis.

The poor suckers. lol

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And some have reported seriously large amounts removed from their accounts. Standard donation forms require you to actively select to make it a regular donation, otherwise it is a one-off. But this was set to automatically sign you up to a regular donation unless you specifically selected to not make it one. This is corrupt because it was supposed to be for a something that would be resolved before the end of January 2021. It is their own fault for trusting a experienced grifter like the coup leader.

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Reply #91 posted 04/14/21 5:27pm

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uPtoWnNY said:



jjhunsecker said:


uPtoWnNY said:



That's why 70 million Americans love "Trumpism"



I always said that Trump was brilliant at one thing: turning his personal problems and issues so his idiot followers believed it was their problem as well. He played those poor gullible fools like a master puppeteer. He did it right up to the end of Presidency


GOP's been doing that since Goldwater.



Very true. They know how to create and manipulate grievances
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Reply #92 posted 04/14/21 5:48pm

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jjhunsecker said:

uPtoWnNY said:

GOP's been doing that since Goldwater.

Very true. They know how to create and manipulate grievances

Do they know how to call black men "boy" while telling them to get their shine boxes like you, racist?

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Reply #93 posted 04/14/21 8:45pm

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IanRG said:



PennyPurple said:




2elijah said:


jjhunsecker said: nod And made a lot of money from it.

Still making $$ from it, the one time donation that people thought they were signing up for, has now turned into donations taken right out of their account on a monthley(?) basis.


The poor suckers. lol



.


And some have reported seriously large amounts removed from their accounts. Standard donation forms require you to actively select to make it a regular donation, otherwise it is a one-off. But this was set to automatically sign you up to a regular donation unless you specifically selected to not make it one. This is corrupt because it was supposed to be for a something that would be resolved before the end of January 2021. It is their own fault for trusting a experienced grifter like the coup leader.



Now that’s truly a scam
Do you think people are going to be asking how Trump was able to pay for Mar-a-Lardo, or how he got the money?
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Reply #94 posted 04/15/21 12:02pm

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IanRG said:



PennyPurple said:




2elijah said:


jjhunsecker said: nod And made a lot of money from it.

Still making $$ from it, the one time donation that people thought they were signing up for, has now turned into donations taken right out of their account on a monthley(?) basis.


The poor suckers. lol



.


And some have reported seriously large amounts removed from their accounts. Standard donation forms require you to actively select to make it a regular donation, otherwise it is a one-off. But this was set to automatically sign you up to a regular donation unless you specifically selected to not make it one. This is corrupt because it was supposed to be for a something that would be resolved before the end of January 2021. It is their own fault for trusting a experienced grifter like the coup leader.


Exactly.
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Reply #95 posted 04/15/21 1:49pm

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The bigger issue is how BLM is aligned with neoliberal capitalism.

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Reply #96 posted 04/15/21 2:01pm

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Candace Owens "weighs" in:

https://www.youtube.com/w...4zRnO_jcC0

Her and Meghan Mccain are like Abbott and Costello.

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Reply #97 posted 04/15/21 2:17pm

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The bigger issue is how BLM is aligned with neoliberal capitalism...

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... and different forms of left wing ideology and centrist and libertarian and moderate conservative and different race based, cultural based and civil rights/liberty focused organisations and activist groups etc, etc.

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The more people stop thinking of it is a side of politics issue instead of facing up that it is a racism issue, the more you will stop getting the Murdoch press and people like you seeking to undermine it.

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Reply #98 posted 04/19/21 7:48am

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jjhunsecker said:

uPtoWnNY said:

That's why 70 million Americans love "Trumpism"

I always said that Trump was brilliant at one thing: turning his personal problems and issues so his idiot followers believed it was their problem as well. He played those poor gullible fools like a master puppeteer. He did it right up to the end of Presidency

To be honest if I was given the option of being told that America sucks and we're going to Make it Great Again, or being told i'm a gulible idiot who is too stupid to know who to vote for, I'd probably vote MAGA. I mean, i'd more likely not vote at all but the Dems appear to be offering nothing but contempt for the electorate.



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Reply #99 posted 04/19/21 8:00am

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jaawwnn said:



jjhunsecker said:


uPtoWnNY said:



That's why 70 million Americans love "Trumpism"



I always said that Trump was brilliant at one thing: turning his personal problems and issues so his idiot followers believed it was their problem as well. He played those poor gullible fools like a master puppeteer. He did it right up to the end of Presidency

To be honest if I was given the option of being told that America sucks and we're going to Make it Great Again, or being told i'm a gulible idiot who is too stupid to know who to vote for, I'd probably vote MAGA. I mean, i'd more likely not vote at all but the Dems appear to be offering nothing but contempt for the electorate.





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People have to examine the issues on a deeper level, and be more critical in their thinking. I’ve been a progressive who generally aligns with the Democratic Party, and I don’t see this general “contempt “ for the electorate as you claim.

But we also can’t be afraid to call out bigotry and sexism and homophobia and lies and conspiracy theories just because some might feel “offended “. We must have some standards, and not pretend that all ideas and beliefs are rational or equal
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Reply #100 posted 04/19/21 8:06am

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jjhunsecker said:

jaawwnn said:

To be honest if I was given the option of being told that America sucks and we're going to Make it Great Again, or being told i'm a gulible idiot who is too stupid to know who to vote for, I'd probably vote MAGA. I mean, i'd more likely not vote at all but the Dems appear to be offering nothing but contempt for the electorate.



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People have to examine the issues on a deeper level, and be more critical in their thinking. I’ve been a progressive who generally aligns with the Democratic Party, and I don’t see this general “contempt “ for the electorate as you claim. But we also can’t be afraid to call out bigotry and sexism and homophobia and lies and conspiracy theories just because some might feel “offended “. We must have some standards, and not pretend that all ideas and beliefs are rational or equal


To all the above, why Biden? Look at his history, look at his record, look at the Clarence Thomas case. How can you live with yourself if you care about critical thinking, bigotry, sexism. etc. By presenting you with a candidate with his history the Democratic Party are treating you with utter contempt, andas long as you agree with "vote blue no matter who" it'll never change.

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Reply #101 posted 04/19/21 8:14am

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jaawwnn said:



jjhunsecker said:


jaawwnn said:


To be honest if I was given the option of being told that America sucks and we're going to Make it Great Again, or being told i'm a gulible idiot who is too stupid to know who to vote for, I'd probably vote MAGA. I mean, i'd more likely not vote at all but the Dems appear to be offering nothing but contempt for the electorate.






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People have to examine the issues on a deeper level, and be more critical in their thinking. I’ve been a progressive who generally aligns with the Democratic Party, and I don’t see this general “contempt “ for the electorate as you claim. But we also can’t be afraid to call out bigotry and sexism and homophobia and lies and conspiracy theories just because some might feel “offended “. We must have some standards, and not pretend that all ideas and beliefs are rational or equal


To all the above, why Biden? Look at his history, look at his record, look at the Clarence Thomas case. How can you live with yourself if you care about critical thinking, bigotry, sexism. etc. By presenting you with a candidate with his history the Democratic Party are treating you with utter contempt, andas long as you agree with "vote blue no matter who" it'll never change.



Biden was not my ideal choice, and had issues for certain. We often have to vote for a candidate with flaws who might be more in alignment with our own views and ideas. This is a two party system here, a zero sum game. My goal was getting rid of Trump by any means necessary. I didn’t have the luxury of voting for my “perfect “ candidate.

And as flawed as Biden is, comparing him to Trump is like comparing indigestion to stomach cancer

(And BTW - Who do you think Anita Hill voted for?)
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Reply #102 posted 04/19/21 8:20am

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jjhunsecker said:

jaawwnn said:


To all the above, why Biden? Look at his history, look at his record, look at the Clarence Thomas case. How can you live with yourself if you care about critical thinking, bigotry, sexism. etc. By presenting you with a candidate with his history the Democratic Party are treating you with utter contempt, andas long as you agree with "vote blue no matter who" it'll never change.

Biden was not my ideal choice, and had issues for certain. We often have to vote for a candidate with flaws who might be more in alignment with our own views and ideas. This is a two party system here, a zero sum game. My goal was getting rid of Trump by any means necessary. I didn’t have the luxury of voting for my “perfect “ candidate. And as flawed as Biden is, comparing him to Trump is like comparing indigestion to stomach cancer

He's certainly more palatable, I'd even go so far as to say I quite like him on a personal level (such as is presented), but he has a history just as bad as Trumps.

There's voting for a candidate with "flaws" and there's the party who has it all sown up and there's nothing you can do about it as long as the Republicans have someone worse (and they always will).

Anyway, I know what you're saying and I recognise that nothing will change except from the ground up. It's up to the people of the US to make the Bidens and Clintons of this world terrified of their own electorate and not the other way around. It's the way it should be, and part of that imho is not giving anyone a free pass, including Biden.


As for Anita Hill, who she voted for is up to her, who she forgives is up to her, Biden's behaviour is the thing that has bearing on how he runs the country, not Hill's.

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Reply #103 posted 04/19/21 8:26am

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Nobody on even the radical left says don't live nice.

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Reply #104 posted 04/19/21 8:40am

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jaawwnn said:



jjhunsecker said:


jaawwnn said:



To all the above, why Biden? Look at his history, look at his record, look at the Clarence Thomas case. How can you live with yourself if you care about critical thinking, bigotry, sexism. etc. By presenting you with a candidate with his history the Democratic Party are treating you with utter contempt, andas long as you agree with "vote blue no matter who" it'll never change.



Biden was not my ideal choice, and had issues for certain. We often have to vote for a candidate with flaws who might be more in alignment with our own views and ideas. This is a two party system here, a zero sum game. My goal was getting rid of Trump by any means necessary. I didn’t have the luxury of voting for my “perfect “ candidate. And as flawed as Biden is, comparing him to Trump is like comparing indigestion to stomach cancer

He's certainly more palatable, I'd even go so far as to say I quite like him on a personal level (such as is presented), but he has a history just as bad as Trumps.

There's voting for a candidate with "flaws" and there's the party who has it all sown up and there's nothing you can do about it as long as the Republicans have someone worse (and they always will).

Anyway, I know what you're saying and I recognise that nothing will change except from the ground up. It's up to the people of the US to make the Bidens and Clintons of this world terrified of their own electorate and not the other way around. It's the way it should be, and part of that imho is not giving anyone a free pass, including Biden.


As for Anita Hill, who she voted for is up to her, who she forgives is up to her, Biden's behaviour is the thing that has bearing on how he runs the country, not Hill's.

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I’m sorry, but I simply cannot accept the premise that Trump and Biden are “equally bad “.
Just in his last two months , Trump lied against all evidence that he won the election, tried to pressure state governments to change vote tallies and disenfranchise certain voters, and instigated an attack on Congress. I could not imagine Biden doing any of these things. And to be honest, I couldn’t imagine either Bush or Reagan doing such things either. Trump was a singular threat to our nation.

I only mentioned Anita Hill , who as the person most harmed by Biden’s actions, most likely STILL chose him over Trump.
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Reply #105 posted 04/19/21 9:04am

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Not equally bad except on foreign policy--my big issue--where Biden may be worse.

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Reply #106 posted 04/20/21 4:18am

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jjhunsecker said:

jaawwnn said:

He's certainly more palatable, I'd even go so far as to say I quite like him on a personal level (such as is presented), but he has a history just as bad as Trumps.

There's voting for a candidate with "flaws" and there's the party who has it all sown up and there's nothing you can do about it as long as the Republicans have someone worse (and they always will).

Anyway, I know what you're saying and I recognise that nothing will change except from the ground up. It's up to the people of the US to make the Bidens and Clintons of this world terrified of their own electorate and not the other way around. It's the way it should be, and part of that imho is not giving anyone a free pass, including Biden.


As for Anita Hill, who she voted for is up to her, who she forgives is up to her, Biden's behaviour is the thing that has bearing on how he runs the country, not Hill's.

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I’m sorry, but I simply cannot accept the premise that Trump and Biden are “equally bad “. Just in his last two months , Trump lied against all evidence that he won the election, tried to pressure state governments to change vote tallies and disenfranchise certain voters, and instigated an attack on Congress. I could not imagine Biden doing any of these things. And to be honest, I couldn’t imagine either Bush or Reagan doing such things either. Trump was a singular threat to our nation. I only mentioned Anita Hill , who as the person most harmed by Biden’s actions, most likely STILL chose him over Trump.


Bad in different ways. For example, Trump seperated families at the border, Biden is instead forcing them into camps outside the border. Both are horrific, only one was consistently reported on. Unlike Trump though, his years in power can be directly linked to why people are at the border in the first place. e.g. 2015's "Biden Plan". Who you think is worse depends how you look at it, if you think Trump is worse that's fine by me.

I disagree that Trump was a "singular" threat though. Wait and see in 2024 when the next "singular threat" turns up, who will be called "even worse" than Trump, and you will have to vote for the latest right-of-centre corporate democrat without being allowed to query their record as it'll be the "most important vote in our lifetime" all over again.

I know well why you brought up Anita Hill, and my point is who she votes for is of little importance, it's Biden's treatment of her that is the issue.


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Reply #107 posted 04/20/21 6:20am

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jaawwnn said:



jjhunsecker said:


jaawwnn said:


He's certainly more palatable, I'd even go so far as to say I quite like him on a personal level (such as is presented), but he has a history just as bad as Trumps.

There's voting for a candidate with "flaws" and there's the party who has it all sown up and there's nothing you can do about it as long as the Republicans have someone worse (and they always will).

Anyway, I know what you're saying and I recognise that nothing will change except from the ground up. It's up to the people of the US to make the Bidens and Clintons of this world terrified of their own electorate and not the other way around. It's the way it should be, and part of that imho is not giving anyone a free pass, including Biden.


As for Anita Hill, who she voted for is up to her, who she forgives is up to her, Biden's behaviour is the thing that has bearing on how he runs the country, not Hill's.


[Edited 4/19/21 8:23am]



I’m sorry, but I simply cannot accept the premise that Trump and Biden are “equally bad “. Just in his last two months , Trump lied against all evidence that he won the election, tried to pressure state governments to change vote tallies and disenfranchise certain voters, and instigated an attack on Congress. I could not imagine Biden doing any of these things. And to be honest, I couldn’t imagine either Bush or Reagan doing such things either. Trump was a singular threat to our nation. I only mentioned Anita Hill , who as the person most harmed by Biden’s actions, most likely STILL chose him over Trump.


Bad in different ways. For example, Trump seperated families at the border, Biden is instead forcing them into camps outside the border. Both are horrific, only one was consistently reported on. Unlike Trump though, his years in power can be directly linked to why people are at the border in the first place. e.g. 2015's "Biden Plan". Who you think is worse depends how you look at it, if you think Trump is worse that's fine by me.

I disagree that Trump was a "singular" threat though. Wait and see in 2024 when the next "singular threat" turns up, who will be called "even worse" than Trump, and you will have to vote for the latest right-of-centre corporate democrat without being allowed to query their record as it'll be the "most important vote in our lifetime" all over again.

I know well why you brought up Anita Hill, and my point is who she votes for is of little importance, it's Biden's treatment of her that is the issue.


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Trump was an authoritarian who promoted violence, hatred, and baseless conspiracy theories for his own personal gain. So yes, I do see him as a LOT worse than Biden. Trump needed to be removed from office... BY ANY MEANS NECESSARY

We don’t have the luxury here of voting for our perfect dream candidate. Is that a problem? Sure. But we have to work within the system in place.
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Reply #108 posted 04/20/21 6:57am

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jjhunsecker said:

jaawwnn said:


Bad in different ways. For example, Trump seperated families at the border, Biden is instead forcing them into camps outside the border. Both are horrific, only one was consistently reported on. Unlike Trump though, his years in power can be directly linked to why people are at the border in the first place. e.g. 2015's "Biden Plan". Who you think is worse depends how you look at it, if you think Trump is worse that's fine by me.

I disagree that Trump was a "singular" threat though. Wait and see in 2024 when the next "singular threat" turns up, who will be called "even worse" than Trump, and you will have to vote for the latest right-of-centre corporate democrat without being allowed to query their record as it'll be the "most important vote in our lifetime" all over again.

I know well why you brought up Anita Hill, and my point is who she votes for is of little importance, it's Biden's treatment of her that is the issue.


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Trump was an authoritarian who promoted violence, hatred, and baseless conspiracy theories for his own personal gain. So yes, I do see him as a LOT worse than Biden. Trump needed to be removed from office... BY ANY MEANS NECESSARY We don’t have the luxury here of voting for our perfect dream candidate. Is that a problem? Sure. But we have to work within the system in place.

Trump is a violent, hate-filled man, sure. What I can't decide if an incompetent racist Republican party run by a loose cannon is better or worse than a well-oiled, smoothly run Democratic party who do what their corporate donors tell them, sell out the poor at every opportunity, and promote death worldwide through their military interventions. For all the talk of "not having the luxury" the Democratic party elites would never, ever, allow a popular candidate with policies for the many, not the few, to come to power.

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Reply #109 posted 04/20/21 7:04am

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Anyway, that's just me. Ultimately of course Biden is better than Trump , but that bar is low it's hardly something to be proud of. Biden won. How's that going? At what date are we allowed criticise Biden or is it still not the time?

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Reply #110 posted 04/20/21 8:06am

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jaawwnn said:

Anyway, that's just me. Ultimately of course Biden is better than Trump , but that bar is low it's hardly something to be proud of. Biden won. How's that going? At what date are we allowed criticise Biden or is it still not the time?



Biden was criticized on MSNBC just last night!
And he has been torn apart on Fox since before the inauguration
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Reply #111 posted 04/20/21 8:12am

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jjhunsecker said:

jaawwnn said:

Anyway, that's just me. Ultimately of course Biden is better than Trump , but that bar is low it's hardly something to be proud of. Biden won. How's that going? At what date are we allowed criticise Biden or is it still not the time?

Biden was criticized on MSNBC just last night! And he has been torn apart on Fox since before the inauguration

Alright, truce! We're more or less on the same page.

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BLM Sends Cease & Desist Letter To Chapter Leader As Breonna Taylor's Mom Calls Them FRAUDS!

The national Black Lives Matter (BLM) organization sent legal letters to a prominent New York BLM activist for using the Black Lives Matter name, according to both parties.

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On Sunday, Newsome called for an audit of Cullors’ finances after news broke that Cullors has spent about $3.2 million buying four properties since 2016. The prominent Black Lives Matter leader purchased a $1.4 million property near Los Angeles and a $415,000 “custom ranch” near Atlanta within the past year.

The L.A. and Atlanta purchases came after the publication of Cullors’ memoir, “When They Call You a Terrorist,” and after she signed “a multi-platform” deal with Warner Bros. Television Group.

BLM Global Network Foundation responded to allegations of impropriety surrounding Cullors’ lavish spending Tuesday, claiming that the allegations put Cullors and her family “in harm’s way” and “continues a tradition of terror by white supremacists against Black activists.”

When approached about his use of the BLM name, Newsome told DCNF, “So the issue has become my affiliation and not the use of funds … Interesting.”

“This movement belongs to the people,” Newsome said. “It is for the people and by the people. It is the people that take to the streets and march in the name of BLM. No one has ownership of that. It is the equivalent of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. claiming ownership of the civil rights movement.”

Numerous local BLM groups have complained about the transparency of the national BLM organization and expressed concern that millions in charitable donations to the group were not being dispersed fairly. In November, 10 local chapters accused the national group of hiding “untold millions of dollars.” As The Daily Wire reported:

Black Lives Matter chapters in Chicago, Denver, Hudson Valley in New York, Indianapolis, New Jersey, Oklahoma City, Philadelphia, San Diego, Vancouver in Washington state, and Washington, D.C., signed onto a statement issued Monday condemning the Black Lives Matter Global Network (BLMGN) Foundation. The foundation, the statement said, has taken major actions without input from chapter leaders and refused until recently to make any effort to distribute millions of dollars-worth of donations to grassroots activists.

“Since the establishment of BLMGN, our chapters have consistently raised concerns about financial transparency, decision making, and accountability,” the statement says. “Despite years of effort, no acceptable internal process of accountability has ever been produced by BLMGN and these recent events have undermined the efforts of chapters seeking to democratize its processes and resources.”

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Reply #113 posted 04/26/21 6:46am

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Is there a specific reason conservative media is going hard for this person right now?

I mean that literally, she has clearly been chosen as a target. Did she annoy someone? There's hundreds of thousands of hypocrites in politics, why her specifically?

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Reply #114 posted 04/26/21 7:34am

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So, blacks should not be in a white area? Didn't know there were white areas.

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Reply #115 posted 04/26/21 9:05am

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jaawwnn said:

Is there a specific reason conservative media is going hard for this person right now?

I mean that literally, she has clearly been chosen as a target. Did she annoy someone? There's hundreds of thousands of hypocrites in politics, why her specifically?



Take a look at her...
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Reply #116 posted 04/26/21 9:17am

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So, blacks should not be in a white area? Didn't know there were white areas.



There are
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Reply #117 posted 04/26/21 9:51am

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jjhunsecker said:

jaawwnn said:

Is there a specific reason conservative media is going hard for this person right now?

I mean that literally, she has clearly been chosen as a target. Did she annoy someone? There's hundreds of thousands of hypocrites in politics, why her specifically?

Take a look at her...

ha, well yeah. I just wonder if there is more to it than that. Maybe there isn't.

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Reply #118 posted 04/26/21 9:58am

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All the vids posted go indepth into the why.

And it isn't just conservative media. blm chapters are going after her, black(whatever politics are)

And it is largely black folk calling her out

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Black Lives Matter: Founders - Where is the Money?
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https://youtu.be/ckAWGJJXs4A
The "Black Lives Matter (BLM)" entities and chapters do NOT provide financial transparency based on my research. As promised, I am publishing the results of a series of investigations I've conducted that clearly show the lack of financial accountability for the millions of dollars the BLM entities and chapters receive. The "Episode 01: Black Lives Matter - Where is the Money?" explains the investigative research results I will share with you for all BLM entities and chapters.

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BLM Fraud Exposed! Patrisse Khan-Cullors purchases $1,400,000 home
https://youtu.be/33nU_xs0KNM

Patrisse Khan-Cullors, one of the three founders of the BLM Global Network Foundation and the Black Lives Matter slogan, purchased a $1.4 million dollar home in a predominately white neighborhood in California. Since June 2020, I've asked the question: "Where is the money?" that BLM generates from donations from around the world. Unfortunately, I am NOT surprised about these revelations. I predict that more reports of financial fraud will emerge because more people are starting to ask the same question "Where is the money?"

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Reply #119 posted 04/26/21 10:53am

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What kind of black folk?

All you others say Hell Yea!! woot!
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