Out-of-state rioters and vandals don’t mysteriously appear in American cities and start marching on their own.
These sorts of things are funded from top-down organizations, orchestrating their efforts.
And Tucker Carlson left jaws on the floor when he exposed who’s funding the George Floyd riots.
Americans are aghast watching American cities burn as rioters and looters roam the streets at night.
During a recent broadcast, Tucker Carlson got to the bottom of who’s funding these actions – and the answer may surprise you.
That’s because Carlson showed how America’s largest corporations were pumping money into the Black Lives Matter Foundation – the organization behind the catchy “black lives matter” slogan.
The Daily Caller reported, “The Fox News host then listed several examples, including CISCO’s $5 million to the Blacks Lives Matter Foundation, Airbnb and Dropbox’s $500,000 to the same group, Intel’s $1 million pledged ‘to assorted antiracism groups,’ and others.”
Carlson went on to explain that these massive corporate donations funded groups that support defunding all police and abolishing all prisons.
“So the question is, now that it’s getting all this corporate money, what exactly does the Black Lives Matter Foundation believe?” Carlson continued. “Less than a week ago, the group launched a petition to defund all police departments nationwide. The group’s cofounder, Patrisse Cullors, says we should abolish all prisons. So, does Intel want 1.7 million felons released onto America’s streets? Do they want all 700,000 cops fired tomorrow? It’s not clear what they want. But they are paying for that.”
But Carlson argued that corporations’ support for Black Lives Matter and their radical demonstrations isn’t entirely philanthropic.
They’re happy to see rioters destroy their small business competitors.
“So with all this money flowing out of this country’s most profitable corporations, it might be a nice gesture for these corporations to donate some money to rebuild some of the small businesses that have been destroyed over the past week,” Carlson continued. “There are a lot of them. They desperately need the help.”
“Because for a lot of big corporations, the total annihilation of small businesses is one of the best parts of this new revolution,” Carlson concluded. “There’s always an angle. Someone’s always getting more powerful.”
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