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Black Lives Matter gave $200,000 to radical Chicago group whose leader calls cops ‘pigs’

Black Lives Matter donated $200,000 throughout its 2021 fiscal year to a radical Chicago group run by a defund the police activist who has repeatedly referred to cops as ‘pigs’ and has expressed delight over unrest towards officers.

Richard Wallace, who heads black activist group Equity and Transformation (EAT), organized a number of anti-police protests, has referred to as officers ‘b*****ds,’ and has proven assist for late rapper Tupac Shakur’s aunt Assata Shakur – a terrorist wished by the FBI for the homicide of a New Jersey State Trooper.

He additionally believes that African-Americans are entitled reparations due to centuries of slavery and white oppression.  

Recently launched tax varieties for the BLM Global Network Foundation present the agency – which lately admitted to the misspending of $90million in donated funds in 2020 after the demise of George Floyd – gifted EAT a $200,000 ‘money grant’ in 2021.

Black Lives Matter donated $200,000 during its 2021 fiscal year to a radical Chicago group run by defund the police activist Richard Wallace (pictured), who has repeatedly referred to cops as 'pigs' and has expressed delight over unrest against officers

Black Lives Matter donated $200,000 throughout its 2021 fiscal year to a radical Chicago group run by defund the police activist Richard Wallace (pictured), who has repeatedly referred to cops as ‘pigs’ and has expressed delight over unrest towards officers

Wallace, who heads black activist group Equity and Transformation (EAT), has organized several anti-police protests, and has offered comments like 'we have to defund these b******s'

Wallace, who heads black activist group Equity and Transformation (EAT), has organized a number of anti-police protests, and has supplied feedback like ‘we’ve got to defund these b******s’

The group, based by Wallace in 2018, refers to itself as a social justice nonprofit ‘by and for post-incarcerated folks,’ in accordance to its website.   

Its main goal, nevertheless, is ‘social and financial fairness for Black Workers engaged within the casual financial system,’ and to assist African Americans who work jobs ‘not regulated or protected by the state’ – together with criminals. 

Since its inception, the agency has organized dozens of protests towards police and has demonstrated radical beliefs

Wallace, who repeatedly referred to as police ‘pigs’ throughout these demonstrations, has made his disdain for officers identified, providing feedback like ‘we’ve got to defund these b******s, and ‘F— the police’ on social media.

‘They are looking us and can use any excuse to up a pole and finish our life,’ the EAT govt director wrote in October 2020, because the US grappled with the social unrest seen after the police homicide of George Floyd.

‘That we is why we’ve got to defund these b******s, And take management of our group trigger the gained’t save us.’

The group, founded by Wallace in 2018, refers to itself as a social justice nonprofit 'by and for post-incarcerated people,' according to its website

The group, based by Wallace in 2018, refers to itself as a social justice nonprofit ‘by and for post-incarcerated folks,’ in accordance to its web site

The group's primary objective is 'social and economic equity for Black Workers engaged in the informal economy,' and to help African Americans who work jobs 'not regulated or protected by the state' - including criminals

The group’s main goal is ‘social and financial fairness for Black Workers engaged within the casual financial system,’ and to assist African Americans who work jobs ‘not regulated or protected by the state’ – together with criminals

Wallace, who has repeatedly called officer 'pigs' during defund the police demonstrations, has made his disdain for officers known, offering comments like 'we have to defund these b******s, and 'F--- the police' on social media

Wallace, who has repeatedly referred to as officer ‘pigs’ throughout defund the police demonstrations, has made his disdain for officers identified, providing feedback like ‘we’ve got to defund these b******s, and ‘F— the police’ on social media

In 2020, Wallace shared a response expressing delight over a Newsweek article about the burning down of a Minneapolis police precinct following George Floyd's death

In 2020, Wallace shared a response expressing delight over a Newsweek article concerning the burning down of a Minneapolis police precinct following George Floyd’s demise

Also in 2020, Wallace shared a response expressing delight over a Newsweek article concerning the burning down of a Minneapolis police precinct following Floyd’s demise.

The article contained a ballot that discovered that 54 % of Americans felt the destruction of the precinct was justified, due to the indiscretions of officer Derek Chauvin, who choked Floyd throughout a May 2020 arrest, main to his demise.

Wallace captioned the submit – which featured a picture of a liquor retailer close to the precinct up in flames – with three grinning face emojis.

A touch upon Wallace’ submit sharing the article reads: ‘Only 54%??’

In one other anti-police submit, Williams reacted to Assata Shakur, the aunt of famed West Coast rapper Tupac Shakur jailed for the 1973 homicide of a New Jersey State Trooper, being placed on the FBI Most Wanted Terrorist List in 2013, after escaping the New Jersey jail in 1979 and being granted asylum in Cuba 5 years later.

Wallace wrote in response: ‘Assata Becomes First lady on FBI most wished… They need to silent our Heroes!’ 

Tupac Shakur's aunt Assata Shakur (pictured) - a terrorist and cop killer wanted by the FBI

Tupac Shakur’s aunt Assata Shakur (pictured) – a terrorist and cop killer wished by the FBI

In another anti-police post, Williams reacted to Assata Shakur, the aunt of famed West Coast rapper Tupac Shakur jailed for the 1973 murder of a New Jersey State Trooper, being put on the FBI Most Wanted Terrorist List in 2013, after escaping jail in 1979 and evading cops for decades

In one other anti-police submit, Williams reacted to Assata Shakur, the aunt of famed West Coast rapper Tupac Shakur jailed for the 1973 homicide of a New Jersey State Trooper, being placed on the FBI Most Wanted Terrorist List in 2013, after escaping jail in 1979 and evading cops for many years

The submit additionally talked about Malcolm Shabazz, the son of civil rights legend Malcom X, who had simply been murdered throughout a visit to Mexico City. Shabazz, who was 28 when he died, is understood for killing his aged grandmother by setting fireplace to her New York residence whereas she slept, for which he served 18 months in juvenile detention.

Black Lives Matter has additionally expressed assist for Shakur, a former Black Panther whose actual title is JoAnne Chesimard.

Last year, the group praised Cuba for harboring her on the island for practically 40 years.

Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors – who resigned from the org final May amid revelations she’d spent thousands and thousands on a slew of lavish properties utilizing donated funds – has additionally praised Shakur on social media. 

In a now-deleted 2016 Facebook submit, Cullors wrote, ‘Assata Shakur we love you. Fight for you and due to you. On this present day and on a regular basis [sic].’

In one other since deleted submit, the disgraced BLM exec – who cried on Instagram final week after being approached for an interview by Daily Wire journalist Candace Owens on the $6m Studio City property the agency bought with donated funds to use for ‘skilled business’ – once more confirmed assist for Shakur, now 74.

‘Over the previous year we’ve got seen the motion and folks at massive elevating Assata worldwide chanting the excerpt from her letter and proudly sporting Assata Taught Me sweatshirts,’ Cullors, 38, wrote. 

‘Today…we ask that individuals take a second to uplift our sister Assata Shakur by posting on social media how Assata has impressed them and why she is vital to the present Black Lives Matter motion.’    

Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors - who resigned from the org last May amid revelations she'd spent millions on a slew of lavish homes using donated funds - has also praised Shakur on social media in a slew of since-deleted posts

Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors – who resigned from the org final May amid revelations she’d spent thousands and thousands on a slew of lavish properties utilizing donated funds – has additionally praised Shakur on social media in a slew of since-deleted posts

Equity and Transformation’s social media pages are additionally rife with pro-black activism and anti-police sentiment.

The group can be a part of pro-defunding the police coalition the Movement for Black Lives, a syndicate of greater than 50 liberal teams, together with Black Lives Matter.

Last summer season, the group despatched a textual content message to supporters saying, ‘Black August is once we commemorate the lives of our fallen freedom fighters and political prisoners, prisoners of warfare, and exiles.’

The textual content message referred to as on supporters to signal petitions calling for clemency for Mutulu Shakur, the stepfather of rapper Tupac, additionally a Black Panther; and fellow Black Liberation Army member Sundiata Acoli, who was one in all three convicted with Assata for the killing of New Jersey trooper Werner Foerster.  

The male Shakur, Assata’s youthful brother, served as a Black Liberation Army leader for a number of years within the 70s and 80s, throughout which era he organized a number of armed robberies in Connecticut and New York.

In 1981, he was jailed for the Brinks theft that noticed an armed guard and two cops slain.

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