BLM officers spent millions of dollars of the charitable fund on themselves


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How wicked is that? More importantly, how common is that? Imagine some famous person collecting hundreds of millions of dollars through a personal charitable fund to provide a retirement nest egg and a cash cow for themselves. Is that what the Clinton Foundation is all about? We don't know because the Clinton Foundation. like so many other 'charitable foundations', does not give a public accounting of its receipts and dispersals.

Black Lives Matter organizers and officers raked in tens of millions of dollars to the charitable organization, a large portion of which did not go to victims of violence against blacks, but to themselves and black members of their families. Embezzling charitable funds like that is not only wicked, it is illegal, and BLM should be investigated whether democrats try to block such an investigation or not.

Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation, the national arm of the BLM movement, has come under increasing scrutiny over its handling of the tens of millions of dollars it has received in donations.
New York Magazine revealed this week that BLM secretly bought a $6 million mansion – which the group's leaders are said to call "Campus" – and never disclosed it to the public. When the magazine inquired about the house, BLM reportedly circulated a memo discussing the possibility of trying to "kill" the story.


Issa says it's time for the Department of Justice (DOJ) to open an investigation.

"The disturbing information that we are learning is more than enough to warrant an investigation from the DOJ — and doubtless not the end of all there is to know," Issa told Fox News Digital.

"This definitely has the suggestion of misappropriation of charitable funds and an abuse of our nonprofit laws."

The purchase of the California house was separate from a 2021 transaction in which BLM transferred money to a Canadian nonprofit – run by the wife of BLM co-founder Patrisse Cullors – to buy a $3 million house.


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Embezzlement of charitable funds is like bank robbery. The crooks greedily and selfishly take money they did not earn from those who did earn it or deserve it. It is wicked but also more common that people might think. US taxpayers pay more than $60 billion per year in Medicare fraud alone. Misappropriation of charitable funds does not generally attract the attention of prosecutors as much as common bank robbery even though theft of charitable funds is just as despicable as armed robbery of banks.

Who is watching the vault in charitable foundations? Often nobody but those stealing the money for themselves. Here is a case of embezzlement by several officers of a charitable fund that received millions of dollars of its funding from the US government. Democrats are always about spending more money and far too much money that is marked for expenditure ends up in the hands of crooks like these.

Employees of Preferred Family Healthcare used charitable organizations to illegally line their own pockets through fraud and bribery,” said Special Agent in Charge Tyler Hatcher of IRS-Criminal Investigation (IRS-CI). “IRS-Criminal Investigation and our law enforcement partners will continue to work diligently to uncover large frauds designed to divert funds that were meant to help those in need of medical services. Preferred Family Healthcare has acknowledged that its former employees engaged in criminal activity, and they are taking steps to make amends by forfeiting a sum of money to the federal government and paying restitution to the state of Arkansas.”

“The public should not suffer or be responsible for individuals who abuse their leadership positions out of greed for personal financial gain,” said Special Agent in Charge Charles Dayoub of the FBI’s Kansas City Field Office. “It is never acceptable to embezzle and misappropriate funds, especially those that directly impact our health care system. As today’s announcement underscores, although the individuals directly involved are no longer with Preferred Family Healthcare, this organization is accepting responsibility for its employees’ actions.”

“The misuse and misappropriation of millions of federally sourced funds, designated for employment training and behavioral healthcare services to the public, by former executives of Preferred Family Healthcare (PFH) is a gross abuse of the positions of trust they once held within the organization,” said Special Agent-in-Charge Steven Grell of the U.S. Department of Labor, Office of Inspector General. “These former executives failed the public and did a disservice to PFH employees by prioritizing their own personal benefit and financial gain over the public they served. Today’s agreement demonstrates PFH’s willingness to take corrective actions regarding the criminal actions of former executives of the organization.”

Preferred Family Healthcare provides services to individuals in Missouri, Arkansas, Kansas, Oklahoma, and Illinois, including mental and behavioral health treatment and counseling, substance abuse treatment and counseling, employment assistance, aid to individuals with developmental disabilities, and medical services. Most of the charity’s funding comes from federally appropriated funds – the largest portion being Medicaid reimbursement.

As a condition of this non-prosecution agreement, representatives of Preferred Family Healthcare admitted that former officers and employees of the charity engaged in a conspiracy to, amongst other criminal activity, embezzle funds from the charity and to bribe several elected state officials in the Arkansas House of Representatives and the Arkansas Senate. As a direct result of these actions, Preferred Family Healthcare realized a financial benefit. Although Preferred Family Healthcare’s board of directors through lack of proper oversight, allowed its officers and employees to violate federal law.