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BLM co-founder says charity financial disclosures are ‘trigger’

Patrisse Cullors, co-founder of national terror group Black Lives Matter, said disclosing finances is “deeply dangerous” and “trigger”.

Yeah, well, if I started a so-called charity and used the millions and millions of dollars that poured in from the left-wing suckers to buy a $5.8 million mansion in Los Angeles, I might as well cling to those same desperate straws.

What triggers this shameless scammer are the words “form 1990”, which is the form used by the IRS that requires charities to disclose their financial activities.

“It’s such a journey now to hear the term ‘990,’” Cullors said. It’s, like, trigger. “I actually didn’t know what 990s were until all of this happened,” she continued.

“It doesn’t seem safe to us, this 990 structure — this nonprofit system structure,” Cullors said. “It’s, like, deeply dangerous. It’s literally used as a weapon against us, against the people we work with.”

According to Washington ExaminerCullors says she has ‘been approached by countless activists who fear they too will soon respond to requests from reporters demanding copies of their 990 forms[.]”

These idiots thought they could raise millions in charity and do whatever they wanted with the money? It’s hilarious.

Here is my favorite quote from Cullors:

The morale of the people in an organization is so important. But if their organization and the people within it are attacked and scrutinized in everything they do, it leads to deep burnout. [T]hat leads to deep, like, resistance and trauma.

Well, when you start a charity designed to improve black lives, raise $90 million, and then spend nearly $6 million on a mansion, I can see why accountability and disclosure would cause a little trauma.

I’m sure Al Capone felt traumatized when the IRS started looking into his taxes.

I’m sure Bernie Madoff felt traumatized when the SEC came in with a warrant.

I’m sure John Wayne Gacy felt traumatized when the police started digging into his crawl space.

The fact that this woman raised $90 million in ‘charity funds’ and is traumatized and triggered by revealing what that money was spent on speaks volumes. She resigned from that particular branch of the BLM terror group last year, but buying the mansion was her calling. She also says the mansion was a necessary purchase as a meeting place and refuge.

Let me tell you what I love about this story…

First of all, I love that these nasty Black Lives Matter scammers are traumatized by reasonable and necessary laws regarding charitable disclosures. For every minute that these terrorists lose sleep, an angel takes flight.

What I love even more is that the people who contributed to these terrorists now know they were scammed. All those virtue-signaling left-wing morons — and you know most of them came from that hideous group known as “white college-graded women” — were played for suckers, and now they know that ‘they were played for suckers.

They all deserve each other.

That means it’s what you call a “feel good” story.

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