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Did You Really Care About George Floyd?

The Officer Tatum Show

02:02 min | Last month

Did You Really Care About George Floyd?

"Patrice colors buying $20 million houses and stuff. These people, these people, I hope that God deal with these people. But then George Floyd's family, where are y'all been, George Floyd, whole life? For y'all being? I'm not gonna get mad at his daughter because she's a little kid. But the baby mama, where y'all been when big Floyd was doing them drugs in the streets. Y'all didn't give a flying flip about him because he wasn't nobody to you. Maybe your baby daddy, but what would y'all worry out at when he was alive? How many of y'all was checking on him? According to Candace documentary, his roommates said, since the father, 8 years of some he was living in the house, they haven't seen a single-family member. Come over George because see how George Floyd with George Floyd was doing. They ain't nobody came to this house and see how he was doing. And checked on him and cared about him. Enough to see him physically. They never seen nobody. Mama, daddy, cousin. Everybody want money right now. They ain't seen them. Ain't seen liquor. And now Kanye West, you know, a lot of people talk about George Floyd. But when Kanye West do it, another black man, y'all suing. Ain't that funny? Is it that funny? I haven't seen them file a lawsuit against nobody, but Kanye West. Because they know he got money and he another brother and y'all want to sue another brother. Ain't that funny. Black Lives Matter don't you want to sue the only black man is talk about you want to sue him. I don't know why they I don't know why people being fake. Man, of course, it's a money grab. You can get 250 million. I mean, you can carry nothing about George Floyd. I mean, his life is more valuable, dead than he was alive. Unfortunately, nobody knew about George Floyd in and out of prison. Nobody cared about him. And he dies and he gets 5 funerals, a gold casket, during COVID, he got a Plaza where they killing people at, they still thugging in his Plaza, killing each other in the Plaza where George Floyd names on. The autonomous zone.

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"patrice colors" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

06:22 min | 2 months ago

"patrice colors" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"I don't mean to lose anymore on the air by BS in you. I've got enough going on in my life. There's a lot happening, but it's a powerful word, but there's a hate there. I hate to say it, but I can't stand what you're doing to these people to the good guys over there in these agencies. That I grew up with. I mean, on a pedestal, if there was a totem pole of priorities and triaging who I respected, military and law enforcement at the top, and that has been decimated. By this grotesque class of corrupt imbeciles, the Christopher raised the Merrick Garland, the Jim Comey Andy mccabe's Kevin Klein Smiths of the world Lisa pages. You just disgust me. You just disgust me. You know, we've had father Marty on, my pastor down here. Good guy, and the church I go to and father Marty, you know, I listened to his homilies if wrapped attention because he's such a sage guy, very smart. And he talks about the need to not to not have that hatred for the types of people that are doing this kind of stuff. And I'm trying. If you're listening, father Marty, I know you are sometimes. I'm really am trying. But it's hard. It's hard. And when I read stories like this, the one I saw by Kerry Pickett, who is an amazing reporter at the Washington times, by the way. I want to give her the credit, by the way, not me. She's the one who broke the story about the whistleblowers. I interviewed them. I do not take credit for other people's work ever. It is Carrie Pickett who did that. You understand? It was not me. All I did was ask questions. She had already broken all of those barriers and got them to talk. It is her. Not me. She deserves all the credit in the world. She has a story out I saw this morning. Exclusive. Breaking FBI insiders say agents who took a knee during BLM protests were rewarded. What? BLM protests. So you're telling me an agent like Kyle seraphin, a hero, a patriot who served this country who speaks out openly and Steve friend. Another FBI agent, speaking out openly. About the abuse of S.W.A.T. teams in the FBI to frighten Trump supporters that those guys are not only not being rewarded, but are being penalized, fired and suspended. But some pathetic whiny cancerous rot of an agent who gets on a knee to kiss the ass of a Marxist anti American organization on company time possibly in FBI labeled insignia materials. That they're being rewarded. Is this a joke? You know, I'll bring it up again. I'm a student of history, although I'm no historian. I said on the podcast this morning, I don't like repeating the same content, but it's worth saying again. I said on the podcast this morning, imagine being in a sentient alien being from another planet, but you're smart. You have an IQ equivalent to human beings. Whether you look like us or not irrelevant, but you learn how to speak English and you're down here trying to figure out the human race. And you say to yourself, wow, I'm going to start with the United States. You guys seem quite successful. I've seen a lot of societies you seem to have the most amount of wealth, material goods, from what I can gather here. Interesting. I'm going to do a little homework on you. What's been your biggest threat? So this alien being relatively smart, being starts looking. He says, wow, look, fascism and socialism seem to have been at least in the last hundred years. The most existential threat for you, thank God you guys won. So he's reading on and on and on and he sees the threat of nuclear annihilation during the Cold War with the union of Soviet Socialist republics. He sees the war against nazism and fascism and World War II. And he starts reading on it on his man, he's communists and these fascists. They were a really big deal. This collective organized state power is a big problem. Then he starts reading and he comes across The New York Times from that area and he's like, my gosh, this is kind of weird. Like The New York Times is actually defending enemies of your country. Wait, they are American citizens east New York Times people, right? Oh, yeah, yeah, yeah, they're American citizens. Well, why did they do that? Again, please, for a second. Suspend disbelief for a moment and put yourself in the alien suzu trying to figure this out. I've been reading about you guys, these Soviets subscribed to the socialist system, hated you. So why did Jerome citizens in the media defend them? So the aliens reading on and on and on and he gets to the modern day and he's like, this socialism was awful. I can not get why so many people on the inside of your wonderful country want to kiss the ass of socialists that want your country destroyed. And then he gets to today's news. And he's like, holy. Stuff. Am I reading this right? I threw in homework the other day and I came across this sound by Jim cue up for me cut four, so the aliens like, I found this group BLM. I thought it stood for build large mansions, but I based on their history, but I did more homework and I found out that it stands for Black Lives Matter, which is interesting because they do build a lot of large mansions. And I went back and I found this video audio of the lady who started build large mansions BLM, Patrice colors. She's very seems very wealthy, by the way, from all the media reports is the alien talking on me. And she goes, it's kind of weird because I caught her in this business real audio, by the way. I listened to this audio and she's claiming she's a Marxist socialist. Which is an anti American system, right? Guys, like that's been the enemy of your country forever. Kind of strange, like she's become a national hero in your country. I just don't get it. Here, this is what I heard. Check this out. 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How the Government Attacks Political Opponents

The Officer Tatum Show

01:04 min | 2 months ago

How the Government Attacks Political Opponents

"We have a nonprofit organization me and canon's own started blexit. Why did we get out of there by the IRS? Lexie didn't raise and it's all public record. Lexie didn't raise nowhere near the money that Black Lives Matter has raised. Why aren't they getting out of it? Patrice colors have to step down a cofounder of Black Lives Matter had to step down because they found out she was using donation money to buy mansions. Then she then they bind $1 million properties during her kid's birthday party at one of the properties, paying a baby daddy almost a $1 million. Another guy who just got busted, they're suing him. Because they claim that he stole money from the organization. When you look at it, they got $60 million or something they can't find. Michael Brown's family, Eric Garner's family, many people who family members have died and Black Lives Matter have raised money on, they're trying to sue Black Lives Matter. Because they got none of the money. George Floyd family didn't get a dime from Black Lives Matter. But they don't get out of it.

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"patrice colors" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show

The Officer Tatum Show

05:12 min | 3 months ago

"patrice colors" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show

"I got a list of them. They got all your favorite companies, PayPal, slack, we use slack our company. Comcast, Uber, a snap Shopify. We use Shopify on my ecommerce store. I mean, you go to Microsoft, Grubhub, DocuSign, DoorDash, I only want to talk about bumble 'cause none of y'all better be on the bumble. Go down the list, these major corporations, that's not even including celebrities. That's not they had so much influence around the world. And somehow black people found a way to mess it up. How in the work with that much power and influence, why couldn't a group of black people actually do something for black people? Why couldn't they clean up the inner cities, build the schools better, get kids a better education, somehow have a contingency of dads, community leaders, curbing crime in the inner city, they could have done something, they didn't do nothing but pimp y'all. Straight hoodwinked. Patrice colors. Step down until 2021. After they caught her, spending millions of dollars on mansions, then this dude, when she stepped down, she put him in charge. They claim that he didn't extract the $10 million from Black Lives Matter. In 2021, his company was paid $2 million. In this stock including Patrice colors, baby daddy got a gig with them and he made almost 900,000 and then another guy that she knew was a family member or something. He didn't made almost a meal. They just hooked, they can't just get in a position to do something right. Just hood winking everybody. That's where you at. We don't know where she at. She done retired. It's an incredible shame that that organization didn't do anything positive. I don't believe they didn't think positive. What did they do? On a dead bodies of black men, they made a grift. And they made money, and maybe some little chapters here and there scraping their money together to try to do things in the community, but the global organization they ain't shelling out no real money. It's going to the pockets of the leaders at the top. I was talking to a guy who went to a HBCU, that's historical black college university. And I remember talking, I talked to a guy that went to HBCU and I said, you know what? Black people would stick together. We could. Our HBCUs would be the biggest universities in the world. Because all the athletes that you see at Clemson, Florida state, and if the black athletes are top athletes only with the HBCUs, there's enough of them. be the number one teams in the nation. But you know the problem is deleted the black leaders of the HBCUs and I own, but they ain't doing what they're supposed to do. Same issues, manipulate money, one guy was saying they couldn't get his transcripts on time. I mean, the leadership. Look at Baltimore when Freddie gray died. Every element of society in Baltimore went quote unquote, Freddie gray was killed. Was run by black people. I mean, look at today. All you got to do is go around. Look at all the police chiefs in the country that are black men. And women, in physics, we had one that was black. I mean, you go down. We got black people in all kinds of positions of power. Why don't you see things changing for the black community? Point the finger in the mirror. Don't stop pointing at the white man. If y'all would do something when you get a chance and stop complaining out of time, maybe we'll see a difference. My pillow is having their biggest sheet sale of the year, you all have helped build my pillow into the amazing company that it is today. Now, Mike lindell, investor and CEO wants to give back exclusively to his listeners. The per kilo bedsheet sets is available in a variety of colors and sizes and they are all on sale. For example, the queen sizes are regularly priced at $89 and 98 cents, but now they're only $39 and 98 cents with our listeners promo code. Order now, because when they're gone, they're gone. The per kilo sheets are breathable and have a cool Chris feel. These come with a ten year warranty and also a 60 day money back guaranteed. Don't miss out on this incredible offer. There are a limited supply, so make sure that you order now. Call one 809 7 6 8 three 7 9 use promo code Brandon or go to my pillow dot com, click on the radio listen to square and use promo code Brandon. This offer will not last long, so order now with promo code branded at my pillow dot com for your exclusive offer on

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Black Lives Matter Executive Accused of 'Syphoning' $10M

The Officer Tatum Show

01:37 min | 3 months ago

Black Lives Matter Executive Accused of 'Syphoning' $10M

"I got a list of them. They got all your favorite companies, PayPal, slack, we use slack our company. Comcast, Uber, a snap Shopify. We use Shopify on my ecommerce store. I mean, you go to Microsoft, Grubhub, DocuSign, DoorDash, I only want to talk about bumble 'cause none of y'all better be on the bumble. Go down the list, these major corporations, that's not even including celebrities. That's not they had so much influence around the world. And somehow black people found a way to mess it up. How in the work with that much power and influence, why couldn't a group of black people actually do something for black people? Why couldn't they clean up the inner cities, build the schools better, get kids a better education, somehow have a contingency of dads, community leaders, curbing crime in the inner city, they could have done something, they didn't do nothing but pimp y'all. Straight hoodwinked. Patrice colors. Step down until 2021. After they caught her, spending millions of dollars on mansions, then this dude, when she stepped down, she put him in charge. They claim that he didn't extract the $10 million from Black Lives Matter. In 2021, his company was paid $2 million.

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"patrice colors" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show

The Officer Tatum Show

02:19 min | 4 months ago

"patrice colors" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show

"Uncle Tom is all about the struggle of black conservatives throughout America from the time of slavery until right now that people like look at T Washington have always believed in hard work, accountability and becoming excellent. And his argument was that even in the face of racism, if you learn a skill, a job, a trade, as well as or better than somebody else, you will be rewarded because people want the best. They want cheap. They want good quality. They want things that work. When I was a kid, I used to spend summers, my moms ranch. And my mom, mom, farm, rather. My mom told me there was a black man who couldn't read or write, who was the best chimney maker in the south. And the way of determining a good chimney maker is somebody that does not order too many bricks because if you order too many, the guy that's ordering them has to pay for them and to make sure that Jimmy does not smoke. It's not leak. And she said he was always employed by all these white people that wouldn't invite him in for tea, but they'd invite him to their chimney because he was the best. And so there have been many examples of that. We explore that in Uncle Tom one about people that worked hard to learn the skills and learn trade even in the face of tremendous racism and Jim Crow still managed to succeed and to overcome. And then we talk about how this attitude has now been changed by these people like Jesse Jackson and Al sharpton and Patrice colors, the cofounder of Black Lives Matter, essentially telling black people that you're victims. Always victims. Eternal victims, if victims of systemic racism, enduring racism, foundational racism, to the point where it's changed the attitude of a lot of black people and the worst work ethic of a lot of black people and more importantly the family structure. With the welfare state, as I said, a million times, we've encouraged women to marry the government and we've encouraged men to abandon their financial and more responsibility. And now we have not a scandal, but a scandal and a crisis, Brandon, 85% of black 8th graders are neither mass nor reading proficient. 85%, that means 85% of black 8th graders are functionally illiterate. And the NAACP just had their annual convention and what are they talking about? Reproductive rights, voting rights, student debt, and police brutality. That's their agenda. And so if long as our so called black leaders are focusing on the wrong thing, the solution will forever be elusive.

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Larry Elder Talks About the 'Uncle Tom' Documentaries

The Officer Tatum Show

02:19 min | 4 months ago

Larry Elder Talks About the 'Uncle Tom' Documentaries

"Uncle Tom is all about the struggle of black conservatives throughout America from the time of slavery until right now that people like look at T Washington have always believed in hard work, accountability and becoming excellent. And his argument was that even in the face of racism, if you learn a skill, a job, a trade, as well as or better than somebody else, you will be rewarded because people want the best. They want cheap. They want good quality. They want things that work. When I was a kid, I used to spend summers, my moms ranch. And my mom, mom, farm, rather. My mom told me there was a black man who couldn't read or write, who was the best chimney maker in the south. And the way of determining a good chimney maker is somebody that does not order too many bricks because if you order too many, the guy that's ordering them has to pay for them and to make sure that Jimmy does not smoke. It's not leak. And she said he was always employed by all these white people that wouldn't invite him in for tea, but they'd invite him to their chimney because he was the best. And so there have been many examples of that. We explore that in Uncle Tom one about people that worked hard to learn the skills and learn trade even in the face of tremendous racism and Jim Crow still managed to succeed and to overcome. And then we talk about how this attitude has now been changed by these people like Jesse Jackson and Al sharpton and Patrice colors, the cofounder of Black Lives Matter, essentially telling black people that you're victims. Always victims. Eternal victims, if victims of systemic racism, enduring racism, foundational racism, to the point where it's changed the attitude of a lot of black people and the worst work ethic of a lot of black people and more importantly the family structure. With the welfare state, as I said, a million times, we've encouraged women to marry the government and we've encouraged men to abandon their financial and more responsibility. And now we have not a scandal, but a scandal and a crisis, Brandon, 85% of black 8th graders are neither mass nor reading proficient. 85%, that means 85% of black 8th graders are functionally illiterate. And the NAACP just had their annual convention and what are they talking about? Reproductive rights, voting rights, student debt, and police brutality. That's their agenda. And so if long as our so called black leaders are focusing on the wrong thing, the solution will forever be elusive.

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Exposing the Charlatans of Black Lives Matter

The Officer Tatum Show

01:54 min | 6 months ago

Exposing the Charlatans of Black Lives Matter

"Well, Mike, I want to start out by just talking about Black Lives Matter. You know, we've heard of the controversy of Patrice colors and a spending of Black Lives Matter and that to me is the smoke. I mean, that is the fire, the blaze and the fire, but the smoke, which is what kills most people in these fire situations according to my father who was a firefighter. The smoke inhalation is what kills people. So I want you to dive into for the audience the smoke inhalation effect of the residual effect of what Black Lives Matter has done, not just necessarily the financial issues. Yeah, I'm very happy you put it that way because what I always say is that look, apparently there's grift involved, they have bought these mansions and Toronto and Southern California, in other places. But to me there will always be grifters. This is actually a feature not a bug of communism, brezhnev and andropov all had their hunting villas called dashas in the Russian countryside, Fidel Castro died a billionaire. To me, much more important than this is the ideology of the black lives matters organizations and allow me here a Brandon to make a difference. I don't talk about the concept, I embrace the concept. Black Lives Matter to me, it's important to assert that Black Lives Matter. I believe that. Disagree with me. But I believe that it's important to assert it because of history that we don't even need to explain. The organizations and their founders, though, is what matters to me because the Black Lives Matter global network foundation were founded by committed, I would say fanatical marxists whose project is central planning who really just use social justice as a fig leaf and who are having a huge impact on our lives today.

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"patrice colors" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show

The Officer Tatum Show

01:37 min | 6 months ago

"patrice colors" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show

"In 2020, we saw the biggest jump of homicides are murders in the United States of America at 30% and 54% of those murders were black people. So can you explain to the people that are listening? The ramifications of violence perpetuated by Black Lives Matter, we could start from 2014 all the way down to today. You know, Brandon, I used to say, do you want to be called officer potato? Either way, it's good with me. Either way, I used to say that 54% figure, and then a guy in Kansas who has crunched the numbers, reached out to me, and he said, you should take a look at these numbers for 2020 and 2021. Because it's a real carnage that's taking place in the black community. If 54, you say 54% because that's the average blacks tend to be just over 50% of the victims of homicide year in and year out, but for the last 18 months in places like St. Louis and Milwaukee, the homicide victims have been like 80% black, 70% black. And this is, I would say this huge spike in homicides is has to be put at the door of something called the Ferguson effect. The Ferguson effect is something that has been documented that homicides and crime rise in places where Black Lives Matter have had demonstrations and riots and protests are between 2014 and 2019.

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"patrice colors" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:46 min | 7 months ago

"patrice colors" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Happily introduce you to a lawyer and you should sue them for fraud. And you will win that case. It might take you a couple years, but there needs to be plaintiff's lawyers lining up. Why? They're sitting on 35 to $40 million. There's gold in those hills. And what you need to do is Sue and say I thought I was donating and help black lives. Not be able to go subsidized sugar daddy or whatever. Baby daddy's sugar, whatever. And Floyd a palooza, when we decided to destroy our own civilization, caused approximately 1.2 to $2 billion in damages. If we live in a just world, which I don't even think this is going to happen, her assets, this asset to the global network, should be seized and given back to the donors. Now, the California Department of Justice targets BLM tells the group to stop accepting donations, and Patrice colors says she's in constant fear since leaving. Finally, Patrice colors can understand one thing that if you're a criminal, you should live in fear. And I want the best for her physical well-being and safety. Obviously. But if I was Patrice colors and I was fraudulently distributing money, $970,000 to blood relatives? Oh yeah, then she paid herself for consulting. And that once that you sit down with a lawyer and be like, hey, is this okay? The pride. It takes to do this. To not have any sort of moral kind of voice, I don't know after one of your all night queer parties that you're hosting at one of these mansions. Do you not kind of wake up in like a groggy drunken state and say, maybe there's a reason why people haven't done this before. Like nothing? There's nothing firing up there. Like no one in her network said hold on. Let's slow down a second. Why are we so lucky to get these $90 million? It was just full throated and this is one of the tragedies of the BLM movement. Is because it's rooted in unfounded moral superiority. The leaders themselves don't actually have to go through the normal everyday moral checks and balances. They actually think they're above it. Patrice callers doesn't understand why this entire media complex that at one time defended her and gave her pass through donations and all of these things. Why all of a sudden that media company that media apparatus and the narrative machine is not defending her any longer? It's a tragedy because I know some super weak cowardly and quite honestly miserable people that gave money to BLM. But guess what? They actually meant well..

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"patrice colors" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

05:37 min | 7 months ago

"patrice colors" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"So what is BLM stand for? Black Lives Matter is what they'd say. Not actually stands for buy large mansions. Now, we went, I think we were ten out of ten. Is that fair to say? Mister Jake early, we were ten out of ten on the BLM thing. We had zero patience for the mass raising of money, the white guilt money stream, it was something we came out super hard, because we knew exactly what was going to happen. We knew precisely the impact the economic quasi money laundering, I'm saying quasi money laundering, I was going to happen. And now, BLM has now has to do what we have to do at turning point USA. I don't know, run a nonprofit. They have just had to fill out what is called a form 9 90. Now, because we run a real organization and because we're not BLM, we fill these out and we go through a lot of multi month process and you go to the top level of internal audit. We have an entire auditing department and firm that does that. BLM, they didn't really distract themselves with that. Because, you know, I mean, look, numbers are racist. Okay? Excel spreadsheet racist. Form 9 90 racist. I are racist, okay? Now it just so happens that really doesn't work. You just can't keep on saying that. They haven't taken over everything, thankfully, yet. Now, who did BLM bring in to try to fill this out? Mark Elias, of course. And the numbers are just extraordinary. Just unbelievable. What BLM did. So mind you, mostly upper middle class white people decided to go park a bunch of money that BLM cofounder Patrice colors call herself, she calls it white guilt money. They all give money to BLM, right? Black Lives Matter global network gives money to be a lemon. So many of these pastors like Judah Smith and Levi losco and all these people were getting their kids to go marching, BLM parades Rick Warren. They're all they're all responsible for this. And we tried to warn them. They're like, oh no, you know, Jesus would be marching alongside BLM. Okay, Jesus was divine, and he would have been able to see their balance sheet, and he wouldn't be near this kind of criminal activity. We could see it from a mile away that these people were criminals. But now, of course, just give them $90 million and we'll see what happens. So Patrice colors, who runs this scam, this racket, she did very well. So the Washington free Beacon God bless them for the reporting they did on this, and alongside many others, but they were I think they were the first one on there. They were like, right on the case, they do some phenomenal reporting. It's free Beacon dot com. They report quote, the Black Lives Matter foundation has $42 million in net assets. The associate on The Associated Press actually broke it good for them. The foundation's cofounder, self proclaimed Marxist Patrice colors. Don't you just chuckle at how the Marxist love money? I just love it. It's as if they're human beings, like, oh no, just hey, look, one more $40 million transfer. And then the revolution will be complete. Just one more. Come on. I just need one more mansion in west LA. The Black Lives Matter global network foundation filed a 9 90. Welcome to the game. And reported that put an invested $32 million in stocks from the $90 million received the donations. Okay, so they're like a hedge fund. Basically. Tax free hedge fund. So Patrice colors use the foundation money to pay millions of dollars to family members, Friends, and the father of her child. The baby daddy. Under colors, direction, BLM paid out 970 $1000 to a company owned by demand Turner who has a child with colors. Now mind you. I don't know if they're married or not because that would be racist. Got it. More than $840,000 to a security firm run by colors brother who just started the LSC right after Floyd of palooza. More than $2.1 million to a consulting firm owned by colors associate schmale boyers, colors admits the foundation employed her mother and her sister as well as her brother. Color said this year, she was just hearing about the 9 90 disclosure. She didn't know that she had to do it in color, said, look, it's very triggering. Ah, yes. Laws are triggering Patrice colors. She said the form is quote literally being weaponized against us and made her feel deeply unsafe. The tax filing, which covers the span from July 1 2020 to June 30, 2021, list colors as the sole voting director and not she held no board meetings. Now give you an idea, we have a 5 person board at turning point USA. I recuse myself from votes all the time. We have these hour long drawn out board meetings multiple times a year with lawyers and that's what any normal organization does. BLM, they do whatever they want. Colors resign last year amid criticism of her massive spending spree, including her purchase of four homes for $3.2 million the Washington free begin reports. The attorney general of Indiana, Ohio, are already investigating the foundation finances, including its use of donor money to buy a $6 million loss, Angeles mansion. It's a cesspool of corruption..

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"patrice colors" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show

The Officer Tatum Show

01:45 min | 7 months ago

"patrice colors" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show

"My passion is to destroy the Black Lives Matter organization and show and prove to the world that they are the fraudulent organization that we always knew them to be. And this is not about politics. This is not about boot licking, Uncle Tom, and all this little crazy stuff people call me because I'm calling out the truth. This is about you understanding what the truth is and being able to make valuable decisions moving forward on who you support. Some of y'all was running around with a Black Lives Matter shirt on pumping your fist in the air, calling every white friend you know a racist. All in the name of what? Patrice colors should go to jail for this stuff. If you ask me, let's go through the financials. The financials were released. The headline reads from the daily wire, BLM cofounder paid her baby daddy. $970,000 for creative work, a creative services is what it's called. Quote unquote. Peter brother, $840,000 for security. Now, you know for a fact, they ain't doing no security and nobody doing nothing creative at Black Lives Matter to get almost a $1 million. But let's go through the finances in more depth or more in depth. $42 million in assets is what they were able to raise. They spent 37 million of those dollars on multiple different things that will make you sick to your stomach. I said it before, baby daddy got 970,000. Her brother got 840,000. The secretary of the BLM board secretary got 2.1 million Patrice Keller's had to reimburse Black Lives Matter because she spent $73,000 on a private jet.

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Tax Documents Reveal Truth About BLM Fraud

The Officer Tatum Show

01:45 min | 7 months ago

Tax Documents Reveal Truth About BLM Fraud

"My passion is to destroy the Black Lives Matter organization and show and prove to the world that they are the fraudulent organization that we always knew them to be. And this is not about politics. This is not about boot licking, Uncle Tom, and all this little crazy stuff people call me because I'm calling out the truth. This is about you understanding what the truth is and being able to make valuable decisions moving forward on who you support. Some of y'all was running around with a Black Lives Matter shirt on pumping your fist in the air, calling every white friend you know a racist. All in the name of what? Patrice colors should go to jail for this stuff. If you ask me, let's go through the financials. The financials were released. The headline reads from the daily wire, BLM cofounder paid her baby daddy. $970,000 for creative work, a creative services is what it's called. Quote unquote. Peter brother, $840,000 for security. Now, you know for a fact, they ain't doing no security and nobody doing nothing creative at Black Lives Matter to get almost a $1 million. But let's go through the finances in more depth or more in depth. $42 million in assets is what they were able to raise. They spent 37 million of those dollars on multiple different things that will make you sick to your stomach. I said it before, baby daddy got 970,000. Her brother got 840,000. The secretary of the BLM board secretary got 2.1 million Patrice Keller's had to reimburse Black Lives Matter because she spent $73,000 on a private jet.

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"patrice colors" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

05:36 min | 7 months ago

"patrice colors" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"19 stand with Israel to dot com stand with Israel to dot com. We are back with the newest member of the Salem factory faculty. He is officer Brandon Tatum, who will be taking over from Larry elder as a former Leo law enforcement officer, got to play this cut for you from outside justice Alito's home yesterday, play cut. My body. My body. My body. What do I want? So in Virginia law, it's actually a crime to disturb the peace of a private residence. In federal law, it is a crime to try to exert pressure on a judicial proceedings or to intimidate a judge. Nothing happened, even in Virginia, yes, Glenn youngkin, where are you? Nothing happened in D.C.. So as a former law enforcement officer, I got to get your reaction, Brandon. Yeah, it makes my blood boy watching these people act the way they do. It's okay to protest. It's okay to peaceably assemble. But when you are breaking the law, police officers need to hold you accountable. And the funny thing is, is that when this is an attack against a conservative, everybody's cool. They can walk the streets they can threaten people and everything else. When this is against a liberal, they cry, can this Owens just recently, and she's pregnant. I mean, her stomach is way out here. She just went to Patrice colors, one of her residents, and Patrice colors is the cofounder of BLM. She went to her house knocking on the door to ask her questions about what she did with all the money that pretty much was extracted from the black community and paid into mansions that Patrice colors and these other leaders of BLM have now just flaunted and she cries on camera and say she feel like her life is in danger. She's been threatened and she's crazy. The trained Marxist who admitted using the $6 million mansion they bought with BLM donations to have a birthday party for her son. She thought she felt threatened by a pregnant Candice Owens weighs about 90 pounds, okay? She felt threatened by, is that what she said, Brandon? Yeah. Yeah. I mean, mind you, she also held Joe Biden inauguration party at the same mansion, but she cried on camera and said she felt threatened and that she felt intimidated by Candace Owens. And mind you, she stays in a mansion where there's I guess a gate there where Candice can't even enter on top onto her property. And she had a security guard who happened to be a white man, giving the fact that she's super pro Black Lives Matter. She can't even hire a black security guard. But she had the security guard. She never interacted with cannon. She never talked to Candace. She saw Candace on camera in her mansion and got triggered. These people completely fake and fraudulent. And that's a really hardcore Marxist right there. Sees Candace Owens all 90 pounds of her dripping wet and gets intimidated through the camera. Okay, dude, look, I'm super excited for, you got 60 seconds left. You got big shoes to fill, Larry elder was a giant when it came to disrupting the narrative of the victim ideology, the liberals have over black America got to ask you how are you feeling? It is a midterm election year is the black American community waking up to how they have been abused and kept on the plantation by the Democrats. Their Sebastian, I think a lot of people are waking up. I get messages all the time, even my family has waking up to a lot of the bull crap and it makes it easy. I don't really think it's us primarily. I think it's the fact that these Democrats are so nutty that have decent people get turned off. I mean, you know, when they are doing some of the things that they've been doing. So my goal is to continue the legacy of Larry elder by keeping up the momentum and telling people the truth and not filtering it, not worried about people's feelings, but just putting the raw truth out there. And I think that that kind of mannerism on the radio will really help people and help us win our country back. Well, we're super excited to have you on team. It is the officer Tatum dot com. The book is beaten black and blue. Congratulations, Phil. David Tom, everybody at Salem. And also Alan, you know who you are. I'm Sebastian gorka, this is America first coming to live from the relief act of dot com studios, really factor. Pain relief that works pain relief that's real pain relief that is liberating tens of thousands of Americans across the nation right now. Me included, but it's not just little old doctor G, it's people like Debra from Massachusetts, this is Deborah's story. I just started taking relief act of four days ago. My hip pain is gone. I had a horrible time sleeping because of the pain. I absolutely love how I am feeling. Thank you relief factor. That story could be your story. It should be your story. There's only one way to find out. It's easy. 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"patrice colors" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

06:30 min | 8 months ago

"patrice colors" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"Sense. Do you know what Sarasota county, Florida just did to rumble? You know, a lot of people say that the answer to Twitter, the answer to Facebook, the solution to YouTube, to Google, we got to build better mouse traps. And goodness knows a lot of people are trying truth social is up and running, rumble is a real, real, viable place. It's a great site. In fact, rumble reported a record monthly average of 41 million users in the first quarter of 2022. So rumble wanted to set up their headquarters in longboat key Florida. And they were rewarded an $825,000 incentive grant to set up their headquarters there. But the Sarasota county commissioners said, oh, not so fast. The site will not be receiving any taxpayer money. Sarasota county commission stopped it. They voted this week in what was viewed as a complete assault on rumble, they voted to stop awarding any economic development incentive grants to businesses. So the site apparently rumble won't get any taxpayer money. Now, that may be fine. I don't really care, I guarantee you with 41 million users, they can come up with the 825,000 or they can offset that amount. I'm not, that's not the point. The point is you've got apparently county commissioners in Sarasota, Florida, desperately trying to stop rumble from moving there. It seems to me, I mean, you don't have those issues with Black Lives Matter. Black Lives Matter organizers and founders are upset that there's been pushback against Black Lives Matter buying a $6 million mansion with the monies that a lot of Americans and frankly people all over the world have donated. Listen to BLM cofounder Patrice colors. She was at a recent event and the moderator and Patrice, the BLM founder, we're talking about the pesky way people on the right and the left, objected to Black Lives Matter, arrogantly, and completely nefariously sneakily buying a $6 million mansion in pricey California. Listen to this. First of all, number one, I actually did not know what 9 90s were before all of this happened. It's confusing. So part of the opportunity here is to educate our folks. Something's being weaponized against us that many people don't even know. And honestly, don't care about. I didn't know about them, so they started asking us for them for COVID relief funds. You need my 9 90. I have to call the accountant. Yeah, exactly. Yeah, the accountant handled that. I don't know what that is. It is such a trip now to hear the word, the term 9 90s. I'm like, oh, it's like a triggering. April 15th is next week. Yo. She's triggered. By having to disclose on a 9 90 form, which is an IRS document that gives the public information about a nonprofit organization. It's often the only way you can find out what organizations, oh, I don't know, like Black Lives Matter are doing. With the monies that people have donated, they're a nonprofit. What do you make of a nonprofit by a $6 million mansion? And the founder of BLM, the cofounder Patrice colors, says that an event, she's triggered by needing to disclose their financial matters. You know, there's a lot of people who have a good heart and a good faith effort to try to support a movement like Black Lives Matter. But I think we're just seeing the tip of the iceberg. The iceberg of financial improprieties. By an organism I wonder what Patrice colors is worth right now. But how much money she has personally made. From Black Lives Matter. Remember the other lady that bought what was it multiple homes? I don't think it was her. Was it her? May have been her. She may be the one that bought the multiple properties. Because, you know, I know this will shock you. She's probably worth a lot of money these days. I bet she wasn't before she cofounded Black Lives Matter. One 806 5 5 mic, welcome in. It's a Thursday episode of the Mike Gallagher show. We're heading into Easter, Passover. We're gonna have a special good Friday episode of the Mike Gallagher show tomorrow and to kind of celebrate that theme of leaning into our faith and remembering what we Christians believers stand for. What we're all about, the great Kathie Lee Gifford is going to talk about the Jesus I know. Just a few minutes. But before she joins us, I hope you'll hop on board and join me. One 806 5 5 mic, an open line waiting just for you. Listen to Mike on all your Amazon echo devices, just tell Alexa to play the Mike Gallagher.

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Black Lives Matter Suspends Online Fundraising

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:32 min | 10 months ago

Black Lives Matter Suspends Online Fundraising

"Questions have also been raised up what's going on at the top of BLM G and F and nobody knows there's no one in charge. It's a slush fund. It's a shell. It's a mystery. The organization is not appear to have a chief executive officer for over a year. According to the Washington examiner, which did great work on this, former CEO Patrice color stepped down in May of 2021, following criticisms of her personal finances she went on a shopping spree. She bought homes across the planet. Literally, Canada everywhere. This appears, they gave all these different excuses, but then this one gets even more interesting. BLM gnf has now off the suspend its online fundraising operations, tens of millions of dollars were also certainly raised during a period when the organization had no leadership team. And then of course, were the houses, spike dot com writes. Again, this is a terrific piece. One of the main reasons caller stepped down was due to the controversy over her real estate buying binge, which she purchased four homes valued at $3.2 million. Colors signed off on the deeds for a house in Inglewood, California worth half a $1 million, a custom ranch property located in rural Georgia, which was equipped with an airplane runway. And at $1.4 million mansion in ritzy topanga, canyon, a short drive from Malibu. You think all of this would make people want to know what happened to the billions pledged to BLM or the millions given to BLM G and F, but nope, the media doesn't care at all. Why would they be bothered by such things?

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"patrice colors" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

06:07 min | 10 months ago

"patrice colors" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

"Go to relief factor dot com, feel the difference. What kind of an organization is BLM? We're talking, of course, about Black Lives Matter. And this is an organization rife with corruption. It's obviously got all these career risks and I would call them political entrepreneurs on the make. And I've spoken in podcasts before about how Patrice colors and other BLM activists have sort of raked it in. They got all this money and they siphoned off a bunch of it for themselves. They bought real estate, they improved their lifestyle they moved out of their lousy neighborhoods and so this is a case of. Making it. But making it by capitalizing on a critique of capitalism and also capitalizing on, well, let's just call it white guilt. Now, BLM is also a kind of organization rife with all kinds of suspect characters, hoodlums, criminals. And we know this not just from their BLM riots, obviously looting arson, beating people up in some cases murdering them. We've seen this boat with antifa. We've seen it at the antifa BLM events. All of this shows that there are a lot of bad characters involved here. And I had a tweet that this was many months ago where I basically said, you know, if you throw a stone into an antifa or BLM riot, you're going to hit you're going to hit a pedophile, you're going to hit a robber. You're going to hit a thug of some sort, someone charged with domestic abuse. But you throw a stone into a Trump rally, you're going to hit a nurse, a trucker, you're going to hit some guy in entrepreneur a rancher, a farmer. So although this is a generalization, you can obviously find exceptions in both cases. But nevertheless, I think, generally, this is true. Now, there's an interesting case, and I find it a little surprising because there is a black woman who is the founder of the BLM chapter in Memphis, Tennessee. She also ran by the way, for mayor of Memphis. And she has been sentenced to 6 years in prison. For illegal voting. Yes. For those people who say illegal illegal voting, I didn't think that even occurred in the United States dinesh, most secure election in history. Well, let's take a look. Pamela Moses 44. Got a 6 year sentence because she tried to vote, even though she has a pretty long criminal record and was on probation. And when you're on probation and I know this, I have been on probation. You can vote. Everybody knows this, but apparently this woman was very cunning. And she figured out a way to get the bureau of prisons to send a letter, claiming that she was eligible to vote. Now this was not in fact the case, the bureau of prisons figured that out, and they sent a subsequent letter saying, no, no, no, no, no, this woman can not vote, she's on probation. But she has been voting consistently. She voted in at least 6 elections between 2015 and 2018 all under her probation are following her felony conviction. By the way, we're not talking about a model citizen. This is someone Pamela Moses who has had 16 prior criminal convictions, including a perjury, stalking and theft. So you're talking about kind of a career criminal. So think about a career criminal is the founder of BLM Atlanta. So needless to say The New York Times jumps in here with a headline that is so misleading that you can see that they're essentially arguing her side of the case. Black woman's bid to regain voting rights. She's not eligible to vote. She's actually cheating. But apparently her voting is a bid to regain her voting rights. Ends with the 6 year prison sentence. So let's look how they're trying to make even in the title make it sound like she's a victim of voter suppression. Here's a woman trying to regain her voting rights, and wow, they slap a 6 year sentence on her. And then look at this. The subtitle missteps by various officials put a Tennessee woman on a collision course with the law. Now, there were no missteps per se. Here's judge ward. This is a judge in the case. A commenting, this is judge Mark ward of the criminal court. I'm quoting him. He's talking directly to Pamela Moses, and he goes, quote, you tricked the probation department into giving you a document saying you are off probation. In other words, these weren't mistakes by local officials, the woman deceived the prison, the bureau of prisons, and got the letter under false pretenses, then she goes ahead and starts voting like a citizen who's eligible to vote and she got busted. Now, the sentence seems harsh, 6 years, I agree. But on the other hand, let's remember that you do get a harsher sentence when you've got a long rap sheet. And so here is a woman with a lengthy criminal history and by and large in our system of justice that does lead to tougher sentences because clearly you didn't get the message the last time. So what's being portrayed as an effort at voter suppression, a racial disparity in the criminal justice system, The New York Times, of course, going fully to bat because this person is BLM. And it's almost like if you're BLM, you're above the law. Wait a minute, you mean to say I can't write. You mean to say I can burn things done. I can't pull people out of their cars. I can't beat them up. We've been doing this for two years, and nothing's really happened to us. We've gotten Tolkien sentences or even no prosecutions at all, so maybe there's a sense among a lot of these characters that they're above the law..

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"patrice colors" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show

The Larry Elder Show

01:40 min | 10 months ago

"patrice colors" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show

"Man, is CNN having a bad year already? Jeff Zucker is out the CEO of CNN. He's the one who the project veritas had on tape. Where the executives saying that Jeff Zucker tells us what to say, and he hates Donald Trump and had the personal vendetta Donald Trump. Apparently he's had a consensual relationship with a woman at the network and didn't tell anybody, which is against their rule. Man, as somebody pointed out is Jeffrey tube and the only one who keeps his hands to himself over at CNN. I'll let that sink in for a little while. You know, remember Jeffrey toobin who TMI Black Lives Matter leaders have been warned that they will be held personally liable if they fail to disclose the details of what happened to all that money that they raised $60 million. And there's nobody in charge, they haven't filed the right papers for the charity. Man. Meanwhile, there is a Black Lives Matter week of action that calls for the disruption of the western nuclear family. So, Black Lives Matter founded by train marxists that don't believe in private property, all the founders, by the way, have now left the organization, including Patrice colors, who's got not one, not two, not three, but four homes, including one, the pango canyon worth over $2 million in an area where their virtually no blacks. So Black Lives Matter cofounder lives in an area where there are no black lives..

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"patrice colors" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show

The Larry Elder Show

05:45 min | 10 months ago

"patrice colors" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show

"Other way around. We've talked about this before. 44% Philadelphia public school teachers with school age kids put their own kids in private school, what does that tell you? 39% Chicago public school teacher the school age kids put their own kids in private school. But they really, really, really care. About the disproportionate number of black people who die on the roads. Says mayor Pete. Not one word about the disproportionate percentage of black and Hispanics who enter the world without a father Mary to the mother. Let's not even have that discussion. Let's expand the welfare state even more, making it even easier for people. To have a child, without being married. Think tanks on the left and on the right. I'm talking about think tanks like the brooking institution which is, on the left, what they call themselves non nonpartisan, but they're on the left. You can tell that by how often people on the left quote the brookings institution. What they don't quote. Is what brookings and also conservative think tanks say is the formula to escape poverty. Step number one finish high school. A high school were one, presumably can read, write, and compute at great level. Step number two do not have a child before your 20 years old. Step number three get married before you have that child. Next step. Stay out of the criminal justice system. You follow those steps. You will, not be poor. You don't follow those steps. There is a great likelihood that you will, in fact, be poor. But no. The last solution is to substitute government for family, and for God. And isn't it remarkable you have this thing called Black Lives Matter movement that Obama embraced? On their website, they've since taken it down. Was an attack on the nuclear intact family, they called it a artificial concept pushed by western civilization. I kid you not. And you have people like Patrice colors, cofounder of Black Lives Matter, the one that has three or four homes. Including one in topanga canyon out here in California. Where this what? Less than a one or 2% black population. Patrice colors described herself as a quote trained Marxist. You know what you think about Karl Marx? Karl Marx wants to want it to dethrone God. His term not mine. So here you have a movement. That criticizes the nuclear intact family. Inspired by a man Karl Marx, who wanted to quote dethrone God. It's stunning. Absolutely stunning. And you have people like Joe Biden, you ain't really black if you don't know whether or not you want to vote for me or vote for Donald Trump. People like mayor Pete, who talks about foundational racism. People like beto o'rourke. Endemic racism. Not one word. Not one word about the best vehicle to escape poverty. Family. Fathers. And then, of course, as I said earlier, opposing school choice. Something that Obama benefited from. When he was being raised, went to the finest prep school in the state of Hawaii because his mom sent him from Indonesia where he was being educated in a private school arranged for executives of oil companies. His stepfather was an oil company executive. The former Michelle Robinson later on Michelle Obama did attend a public high school, but it wasn't the one nearby. She got on a bus and went outside to go to a superior high school. Nowadays, we call that school choice. And as I've said many times, the children, Sasha malia, never set foot K through 12. In a public school for themselves. Attended a private school, set up for the faculty members of University of Chicago, where Obama was a law school lecturer. Then Sidwell Friends, $40,000 a year, the same. Prep school that Chelsea Clinton went to. To finish their education. And yet they oppose school choice. We come back Jin Psaki. Says, what do you mean about soft on crime? What does that even mean? I'm Larry elder..

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"patrice colors" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

03:03 min | 11 months ago

"patrice colors" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"This mistake we're making out there in corporate America and elsewhere They believe that the majority of people are on board with this woke agenda and this new social justice movement when in fact the movement is limited really to an isolated maybe ten 15 maximum 20% 25% of America right The majority is unquestionably us People don't believe in this nonsense but they are very vocal in their very loud They're like the big bullies And what a vocal bully can intimidate a group of people because of the prisoner's dilemma right The prisoners to the bully have a tough time coordinating how to fight back No one wants to throw the first punch at the bully right Why Because they're afraid The bully will get me and you guys won't jump into protect jump into protect me That's a prisoner's dilemma right How is it that a prison full of a thousand people can be controlled by just ten guards Because the prisoners are they can't figure out as a coordination problem They can't figure out how to break out 'cause they're afraid of If I try to break out first they'll arrest me and you guys won't help right In economics it's called the prisoner's dilemma Well that's the problem we have right now with this moral paralysis going on in America where people are afraid to fight back against cancel culture Not all of us but large majorities of companies just give in So BLM came in after the George Floyd incident there And BLM started shaking down a lot of these companies Say no we want donations give us money We're social justice We're all about Marxism and black lives when in reality they were all about street terrorism and Marxism That's what they were really about right So they intimidated these companies And these companies didn't have the guts to stand up so they gave them literally millions of dollars Here's a story in the Washington examiner about what happened all that money Quote no one appears to have been in charge at Black Lives Matter for months The address that lists the address it lists on tax forms is wrong And the charities to board members won't say who controls its $60 million bankroll a Washington examiner investigation is found Folks these people were given $60 million and nobody can seem to account for where the money is where the Black Lives Matter office is even located The address on the tax form is wrong and the two listed board members won't even say who controls the money at the company Now as Jim and I joke around with a lot in some limited circles we call that wet Jim a clue That's something is wrong And you'd say to yourself well why would a group BLM where the leaders of the group Patrice colors and others right Who have their own issues have claimed that allegiance to Marxist principles Marxism which was wiped out and communism hundreds of millions of lives Why would companies give money to them Because of the prisoners dilemma because they're scared There is a vocal ten 15% on Twitter the blue check marks on social media That's scare these companies into doing it And because these companies have fallen prey to the propaganda and believe they're in the minority.

"patrice colors" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"patrice colors" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

"I'm the exception. I'm not the rule but they have no problem. They have no problem lining their own pockets and if it were true. That america was systemically racist. You wouldn't be able to as a black person. Make millions of dollars seeing that. America is systemically racist. That just doesn't make a whole lot of sense and yet it's also in another sense. Not that hypocritical. Because this is what i mean. This is what communist do and. I don't mean to say necessarily that he is. He is a person that really wants to seize the means of production but he is a communist in the sense that he sees the world as the oppressed versus the oppressors have versus the have nots. He somehow sees himself on the side of the oppressed and in in fighting for the oppress and he wants to reorder society or says that he does take down the powerful bourgeoisie and people who claim to advocate for this kind of ideal very often are also the ones that are accumulating power in accumulating wealth. Even as they say doing that as a person of color is basically impossible in unjust society that we live in now. We mentioned patrice colors. And i just want to talk about that. Because i don't think we ever talked about it on our podcast. Patrice colors is a b. Co-founder like you will remember. The black lives matter organizers. Have said explicitly that they are marxist so when i say that they are marxist. I'm not just saying that anyone who i disagree with is a marxist or eighty one who black lives matters and marxist because i don't believe that but they actually said that they are trained marxist and they have advocated for supported they have they have stumped for communist leaders around the world for as long as they have been active in politics including madero including Including cuban dictators. And so this is who they are they are marxists. They are communists and they're not shy about that and they obviously traffic in this same lie..

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"patrice colors" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"patrice colors" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"Okay so what i said was the pandemic hit. And that's one part. But the other part of demi was the george floyd murders And the companies were just giving black people bags song like. I'm not even one hundred percent sure though. Things should be related but it felt like white people wanted to do something yes and what they had was opportunities so they were like less invest. And i was like. That's gonna dry because guilt always drive. Just moments only feel guilty for so long correct. So i was like secured back regardless so i'm just saying. They came to us before that but if they would come after. I would've still took this bad as you said that. Because let me tell you this. I got my job right before. All this stuff happened and that was in the same space right. I wasn't a stay. I was flying out to north. I was flying out. Yes i was going up. It was marched. And i remember. It was like the first time i went into what. Oh you got hired all right two weeks later. Hey your first thing. You go with samson carolina. Okay cool what are we do. Super tuesday cool. Remember it's a different in world we don't even know. Stay here or not i. We had we had more democratic nominees in avengers at the time. Aqua remember we didn't know what the was having wide mover came out of nowhere we had. The book is happening. And what what's right. And i get this job. I cou cou day right. So i go. I go to the airport and they will kate. Listen talking about where masks the wanna mass it. I'm like take it. I just took a next level where we were at right then. The world's shutdown. George floyd in all these things happen. And then even in the show like her solo piece it was about else talking to patrice colors and Reverend kevin barbara just about like the riots and all it is is called I was looking at it like man. I got this great job in sam b. It she's not going to get. They're not going to put the respect on her name bringing me all right. Yeah because it looks reactionary. Absolutely right and it's a weird feeling. Because i'm like if anybody sees it aptly like always like i'm i'm at the black horse or anything like that. I think goes to actually to co blacks to her. She's killing watch blackley. Shell can also reduce on producing on our lasso. South africa's give me black women go ahead anyway this way of life. You know what i'm saying. Yeah did i just want people to take notes okay too long. I don't island..

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"patrice colors" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"patrice colors" Discussed on Here & Now

"It was eight years ago. This that a simple hashtag led to a global movement of police. Brutality and systemic racism. Hashtag black lives matter was created in two thousand thirteen by three black women. Alicia garza patrice colors and committee after the acquittal of george zimmerman in the shooting. Death of trayvon martin. In florida last year was a watershed moment for the beal movement win. Spontaneous protests erupted across the country and the world. After the murder of george floyd in minnesota. It was a moment of racial reckoning in the united states and elsewhere to talk more about the movement joined now by melina abdullah. She's a co founder of black lives matter. La molina thanks for joining us. Thank you so much for having me. I said it you know. It was a moment of racial reckoning. But here we are celebrating in eighth anniversary. Do you feel as though there has been steady progress with the bill movement. Yeah i mean we've been steadily building. Black lives matter for more than eight years. Now and i think that you know it's telling because when we first convened to form black lives matter our pledge was was to build a movement not a moment so fifteen to twenty million people. They say a participated in black lives matter protests just in the us last year. But i looked it up there were protests in more than forty four hundred cities worldwide. How do you sort of wrap your mind around how big this movement has become. I don't know if we can wrap our minds around it but it's really encouraging that so many people all around the world are willing to stand up and say we have to end systems of state-sanctioned violence. We have to not just say black lives matter but do work to make black lives matter and more than the protests they're also building towards it. I think about work like defunding. The police which is really about reducing police budgets and simultaneously building systems like mental health systems like educational systems like housing that actually make community safe so again protest yes but protest is just the tip of the iceberg. The work is really. What's below the surface. How has it been for you. Know i read a magazine article that called you the scourge of the lapd And at one point you were charged with eight criminal. Misdemeanor counts stemming from Activism related to black lives matter. How has it been for you sort of dealing with being a spokesperson. Well that's one of my most coveted. Titles i love that. I love to be the scourge of lapd. I don't consider myself to be a spokesperson Of course i'm happy to speak on behalf of the organization on behalf of the movement but the majority of my work is actually organizing with thousands of people in los angeles and around the country to again transform the system of public safety under which we live just a month ago former police officer dirk show van was sentenced for the murder of george floyd. How do you view this. Incredibly tragic death that also sparked these worldwide protests that we've been talking about the murder of george floyd is representative of more than a thousand murders that are on record that happen at the hands of police every single year in this country. But then we also think about the murder of george. Floyd is one of the most horrific murders that we've ever seen at a time when we couldn't look away and we were also encouraged by the way the entire community and world stood up and say you will not do this to our people and of course who keeps coming up for me is the seventeen year old girl during nella frazier who refused to allow the city. The police department And all of those who protect police including police associations to get away with lying about what happened to george. Floyd and bravely videotaped made sure the world saw what happens at the hands of this kind of violent form of policing that plagues our community. Although sadly danila frazier's uncle was a struck while he was in his car by Minneapolis police squad car. Just a couple of weeks ago and killed I wonder as we i celebrate. I hope that's the right word. The eighth anniversary of black lives matter. Where where do you hope you are in eight years from now. Eight years from now. We hope that we're working towards again. Fundamentally.

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"patrice colors" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"patrice colors" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Final segment with paul. Kangaroo grow city. College book is the devil and call marx. I hope you get a copy. What why according to what. You're saying Marks in his own way ought to be cancelled in the way that everybody's being canceled today Perhaps by the time this airs you and i will be cancelled. Yeah well the fact of the matter is it first of all. I don't support canceling anybody. I i don't like the whole cancel culture idea but the left standards if you wanna go by the standards of the left people will be stunned when they raid marx's racial states in this book it is awful i can't even quoted for you because you'd have to delete it or his use of the n. Word is anti semitic statements is darwinian view of of of quote unquote negroes and apes. This is his language. He referred to his son-in-law. Paul the far who was partly cuban as knee grillo or the gorilla because he had as and engels deduced either one eighth or one twelfth and word blood only way just just to say it. The only way you can make an argument against racism is from the bible the god of the bible declares. We are all made in his image. We are all equal it. If you don't believe that you are going to be a a social darwinist darwinist you're going to believe that there's no such thing as human beings made in the image of god and therefore you can have a pecking order which obviously always leads to tribalism and racism. Yes well and was very much racist. Quite sexist impregnated the family nursemaid lantion denied that the child was his ingles accepted. Turn ity for forum. His children eric to of marxist daughters committed suicide and suicide pacts with her husband's i mean then now then at that sounds demonic. I mean that's horrific. Two of his daughters side packed with their husbands husbands. In fact one of them was all the far in marx called the gorilla or new grillo. The the other husband backed out of the suicide pack after he fed her the poison and marks in some of his early poetry and plays writes about suicide. I'm telling you that you can't make this up. Showing it is. It is chilling. It's absolutely horrifying. But as i say i think your becomes At an important time hall king. Fortunately college We need understand. What marxism is we need to understand. That blm is marxist It's hard to talk about these things because we don't want to believe these things. It's much easier to believe that it's a difference of opinion but we're talking about some fun to address that point on. Blm organization time we have so alicia garza in patrice colors. Patrice colors on video. Saying alicia. And i are trained marxist organize its exact language. We are super verse in ideological theories. That's our ideological framework. So it's important to understand the just like people watching the nokia pauken and eric metaxas. The christians christian worldview the worldview matters the worldview matters federal biala obviously is not a marxist organization like hamas party usa right like the trotskyist socialist workers party is but when you have the two founders saying oh you went over where we're coming from which ain't marks organized as ideological look if you read their website. Their world worldview is fundamentally anti-biblical anti-christian. There's no getting around it and their view of culture it's not just anti west is anti-christian. It's anti-american founding. We're out of time hall canker. I'm just so grateful for your time in writing this book and then coming on this program folks. It's the devil and karl marx very important. Paul thank you thank. You really appreciate. God bless you..

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