We gon’ go deep in the BLM

On Fox News Channel’s “The Ingraham Angle” on Friday, Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita pledged to “get to the bottom” of any alleged impropriety or misuse of funds raised by so-called Black organizations. Lives Matter.

Rokita told FNC host Laura Ingraham that “woke corporations” that donated to BLM and BLM-affiliated organizations could see their stock price impacted by the contributions, which he says affects more of people than the governance of these companies.

“[I]That’s another thing that comes down to the states,” he explained. “And so be it, we’re going to take that coat back, and we’re going to get to the bottom of it. Now some of me – Laura, you know what, a lot of that money comes from awakened societies. They get what they deserve.”

“But even these woke companies have shareholders like you and me, as well as ordinary people and pension funds,” Rokita continued. “And they need to focus on getting us back and not on this social gibberish that gets us nowhere. And then what about the Hoosier, who sees Black Lives Matters as, Oh, yeah, I want to support that. I’m for equality, like all of us, and give them $10, give them $5, give them anything. They’re scamming that person if, in fact, that’s where it’s leading.

“And so we’re going to get to the bottom of it, one way or another,” he added. “And, look, I’m not saying I agree with the California attorney general on a lot of things. But they – he gets the credit. They at least get some credit because the home of Black Lives Matters in California is also looking into that. And I think other states need to look at this as well. U.S. too.”

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