Breonna Taylor's Mother Condemns Black Lives Matter
The mother of Breonna Taylor, one of the Black Lives Matter movements leading martyrs condemned the Louisville, Kentucky, BLM chapter as a “fraud,” accusing them of exploiting her daughter’s name for profit.
 

Breonna Taylor, the 26-year-old Taylor, a black emergency room technician who worked at two Louisville hospitals, was shot and killed by plainclothes police in March 2020 as they tried to serve a so-called “no-knock” warrant at her apartment as part of a drug investigation.

Her death inspired the passage of ‘Breonna’s Law’ – banning no-knock raids in which police burst into a home unannounced – not only in Louisville but also in other cities and states across the US.

After her horrific death, the Black Lives Matter organization quickly pounced calling on their woke followers to “say her name.”

BLM championed Breonna Taylor as a symbol of their delusional belief that racist Police hell bent on genocide are blatantly killing black people.

Using these horrific deaths to profit off of, the Black Lives Matter Organization used the horrific killing of Breonna Taylor along with the death of George Floyd last May to raise over 90 million dollars.
 
But as TuskerDaily has reported on numerous occasions. While BLM screeches about the need for transparency when it comes to Police investigations.
 
BLM refuses to release their own tax records, preventing anyone from seeing what they’ve done with the $90 million that they’ve scammed from their woke community.
 
Tamika Palmer said on Wednesday in a since-deleted Facebook post:
 

“I have never personally dealt with BLM Louisville and personally have found them to be frauds.

I’ve watched y’all raise money on behalf of Breonna’s family who has never done a damn thing for us – nor have we needed it or asked, so talk about fraud.”

 

BLM Frauds

Not only have they profited off these tragic deaths, but BLM also incited countless riots in every major American city. 

The hypocritical BLM  which was supposedly fighting for blacks didn’t care in the least that the rioting, looting, and arson they inspired was burning down many black-owned businesses, as well as vandalizing black communities.

Breonna Taylor’s mother, Tamika Palmer, isn’t the first to call out BLM’s duplicity.

In March, TuskerDaily reported that the father of Michael Brown demanding $20 million From BLM.

Michael Brown Sr., whose son was fatally shot by a white police officer in August 2014, in which the Black Lives Matter movement used to help garner the notoriety BLM currently enjoys.

But after years of fundraising off of his son’s death, and doing nothing to help Fergerson or any other local black community.BLM Co-Founders Time Magazine 100 Most Fraudulent People In America

Michael Brown Sr., demanded $20 million from BLM to use the repair the damage that the BLM rioting had caused over the past 5 years.

Other activists from Missouri, joined in by also demanding financial support from the Black Lives Matter organization after they revealed in 2020 BLM raised over $90 million.

While some experts place the number at over 200 million dollars in Black Lives Matter donations.

No one knows exactly how much the Black Lives Matter organization has raised since they first came to prominence in 2014.

But We do know one fact when about how one BLM co-founder spent donations she helped BLM scam off the black community.

As protests broke out across the country in the name of Black Lives Matter, BLM co-founder, Patrisse Khan-Cullors, 37, was on a real estate buying binge.

In the US alone, Cullors bought four high-end homes for a cool $3.2 million in BLM donations, according to property records.

Worse, Patrisse Khan-Cullors bought property’s that were located in communities that were overwhelmingly white, with little to no black residences.

Related Story: BLM Scams It’s Way To $90 Million In Donations In 2020, Refuses To Say Where It Went

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