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Black Lives Matter and the political left would love for you to believe they are helping the world become a better place. They want you to think that they care about equality and civil rights. But, as their co-founder Patrisse Khan-Cullors’ lifestyle proves, those ideals are far, far from reality.

While millions of Americans all across the country are struggling to make ends meet, dealing with real race issues, and suffering due to inequality, Khan-Cullors just concluded the purchase of a home in one of the highest-end neighborhoods of Los Angeles.

According to the New York Post, the Topanga Canyon “property, which is about a 15-minute drive from Malibu beaches, features bamboo floors and vaulted ceilings.” And it is worth over a million dollars.

But that’s not even the best or worst part.

Nope, not in the slightest.

As it turns out, this is one of four luxury homes that Khan-Cullors has purchased in the last few years since, you know, BLM has started really making a name for itself.

In addition to her new $1.4 million purchase in Topanga Canyon, she has a home in Inglewood, California, worth $510,000, which she purchased in 2016; a house in South Los Angeles that cost her $590,000; and another “custom ranch” in Georgia. According to a separate article from The Post, the Georgia home, which she purchased with her spouse, Janaya Khan, cost her about $450,00 and features an indoor pool, “RV shop,” and private airplane hanger.

Because why not…

Well, I could give you a few reasons.

First is that as what she calls a “trained Marxist,” Khan-Cullors isn’t supposed to care about making money and living in luxury. Instead, she’s supposed to be all about helping out communities who are underprivileged and down on their luck.

Secondly, you know that home with “bamboo floors and vaulted ceilings” that’s worth more than most of us can make in 10 years?

Well, as I mentioned, it’s located in the Topanga Canyon neighborhood, which, according to the Post, is 88 percent white. It is precisely the type of community Khan-Cullors and her fellow BLM activists claim are part of the problem.

For nearly a year now, BLM groups have been entering these mostly white and mostly wealthy neighborhoods and demanding their attention, even forcing some residents from their homes in order to pay the black community back.

And yet, as it turns out, this is precisely where their “fearless” leader has decided to call home.

Talk about hypocrisy.

And I’m not the only one seeing this as problematic.

Check out what Matt Walsh of The Daily Wire has to say about the not-so fair and just organization.

“BLM is the biggest and most dangerous scam in American history. The grifters at the top of the organization enrich themselves while poor communities across the nation are devastated by the chaos they foment and profit off of. How could anyone still support these con artists?”

Walsh has seen the destruction BLM has caused and knows that it’s all for personal gain. It’s not about equality or even starting a conversation about it or race.

In fact, as several who have lived through the chaos left behind from a BLM riot have pointed out, there isn’t any real reason for it.

Stephanie Wilford, a disabled Minneapolis resident who lives near where much of the riots in that city took place, told the press last year, “These people did this for no reason. It’s not going to bring George (Floyd) back here – George is in a better place than we are. And last night, I’m going to be honest, I wish I was where George was because this is ridiculous. These people are tearing up our livelihoods.”

And she’s right.

It’s communities like Wilford’s that need our help that BLM says they are all about fixing and bringing equality to. However, when BLM does show up, it’s to start literal fires, smash windows, and tear up businesses that these districts depend on.

When it’s all said and done, communities lie in ruin, while those at the top of the organization, like Khan-Cullors, are left with enough money to own not one but four luxury homes. The corruption goes all the way to the top…