Awakened Businesses Ashamed to Donate a Stunning $83 BILLION to Black Lives Matter – zoohousenews.com
- March 18, 2023
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(Natural News) One of the greatest scandals in modern history was perpetrated by a racist organization that should never have existed in 21st-century America.
A new funding database from the Claremont Institute has revealed that companies have committed a staggering $82.9 billion to the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement and related causes, Breitbart News reported this week.
According to an article in Newsweek, the Claremont Institute’s Center for the American Way of Life stated that their report on corporate funding of the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement was necessary because the movement is not just about “insurgency and destruction.” .
“The BLM pressure campaigns, harassment and moral blackmail also represented what may be the most lucrative American corporate shakedown in its history,” the center said.
“As a point of reference, $82.9 billion is more than the GDP of 46 African countries. In 2022, Ford Motor Company’s earnings were $23 billion,” the report said. The $82.9 million total includes “more than $123 million directly to the BLM parent organizations” as well as many more to other organizations supporting the agenda of the BLM – a group founded by self-proclaimed Marxists and proves once again that the hard left is full of hypocrites.
Several well-known companies from various industries have provided significant funding to the BLM movement, according to a new funding database from the Claremont Institute. The database shows that Walmart donated $100 million to support BLM and related causes focused on “racial justice,” while Amazon donated $169.5 million. Silicon Valley Bank also contributed $73.45 million to the movement, Breitbart News said.
Other companies included pharmaceutical company Abbvie, as well as Allstate, American Express, Apple, AT&T and Nike. Airlines such as United Airlines, JetBlue, Southwest Airlines and Delta Airlines also donated money to BLM and related causes. The movement received $18.25 million from Bank of America, $210 million from Wells Fargo and $85 million from Deloitte.
BlackRock, a leading wealth management firm, has contributed a staggering $810 million to BLM and related causes. Several other powerful financial institutions also gave financial support to the movement, with Capital One Financial donating $10 million, Morgan Stanley donating $30 million, US Bank donating $160 million, and Goldman Sachs donating $10.1 million donated.
Prudential Financial contributed $450 million to the BLM movement and causes, while Mastercard surpassed that amount with a staggering $500 million donation. The funding database also revealed that Boeing donated $15.6 million, Northrop Grumman $2 million and Raytheon $25 million. In addition, the Walt Disney Company donated $8.8 million, while the Pokémon Company contributed $200,000, the institute noted.
The Claremont Institute’s Center for the American Way of Life also explained how the funds were used.
“The Global Network invests tens of millions of dollars to support future operations, buy luxury homes, engage in nepotism, pay out grants to dozens of BLM chapters and revolutionary organizations, and run a PAC to elect progressive community leaders, activists and workers – Class candidates fighting for black liberation,” the center noted.
At the same time, “local BLM chapters are spending millions on activism and initiatives to defund police departments,” while “BLM At School is indoctrinating children across the country in critical race theory and queer theory, teaching them to hate themselves, their peers and her.” Country.”
“Left-wing non-profit organizations are bringing about sweeping societal change that is too radical for normal legislative avenues and is a form of shadow government,” the organization’s report said.
The BLM agenda has expanded into the lending business of the financial industry. Banks are lending billions of dollars in subprime to “end systemic racism” while “corporations are funding leftist bailout funds that are letting violent rioters and criminals onto our streets and working together to create racist, anti-meritocratic hiring programs.”
The financial exploitation “can be viewed as a form of reparation made to self-proclaimed enemies of the American nation and way of life,” the groups added.