The support base for Black Lives Matter has drastically dwindled down to almost nothing.

As we’ve reported before, even liberal states like California and Oregon have said that they are no longer eligible to receive donations in their states because of some of the problems with accountability in their funding.

This is largely due to the fact that co-founders of the movement and how she somehow managed to make millions of dollars over these past couple of years so that she can afford to buy multiple million-dollar homes.

That’s pretty bad but it’s to be expected honestly. It really doesn’t catch me by surprise nor does when I’m about to mention next.

This time things are quite a bit different because every time that we’re seeing them mentioned in the news it’s because of something that they have are doing wrong or have done wrong.

It’s really about time that the left has at least started waking up to their charades. Those of us on the right side have always known what sort of organization this is and what they stand for. We have been warning against it since the very beginning but nobody wants to listen.

The founder of Black Lives Matter in Memphis Tennessee, Pamela Moses, was just recently tried and convicted for illegal voting registration in Tennessee. Now she is being sentenced to six years in prison for this.

Apparently, she registered to vote while hiding felony convictions from 2015. That’s a big no-no.

“You tricked the probation department into giving you documents saying you were off probation,” Shelby County Judge Michael Ward told Moses in court, the Washington Post reported.

I’m just going to be honest why wouldn’t we expect someone who is in charge of this organization in any capacity to participate in something along these lines?


Daniel is a conservative syndicated opinion writer and amateur theologian. He writes about topics of politics, culture, freedom, and faith.

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