Since Black Lives Matter first emerged a few years ago, the far-left organization has used violence and rioting to dictate who we should vote for and demand we donate to their cause – all, supposedly, in the name of fighting “racism.”
But we all now know that BLM’s “anti-racism” agenda is simply a front.
The more people rioted and promoted the brand, the more BLM raked in donations.
As “woke” corporations and celebrities helped promote Black Lives Matter, their political powers grew with it.
And while it’s easy to assume that Black Lives Matter seeks to make “black lives matter,” the organization has little interest in improving the lives of anyone but its board members and founders.
In 2020 alone, during the height of the far-left rioting, BLM raked in a staggering $90 million in donations from people who beleived they were contributing to efforts to fight racism.
However, the group has refused to provide any evidence to prove that any of the money has been used to help tackle racism.
The BLM Scam
During the summer of 2020, corporations gave tens of millions of dollars to BLM.
At the time, it was hard to understand why companies were dumping millions into an organization that was openly against capitalism and the traditional family.
And why did the money continue to pour in, even after violent demonstrations raged in over 200 U.S. cities?
What was the money actually for? And what happened to it?
Radio host Glenn Beck has been investigating Black Lives Matter and its murky finances for some time now.
Beck is exposing the BLM scam and its intimate connections with the power structure of the Democratic Party.
In a recent episode of his show, Beck explains his investigations into BLM and what he has discovered about the shady organization.