Twitter, Facebook and Netflix Donated $7.5 Million to BLM Cofounder – Then Censored Stories About Her Lavish Lifestyle

Twitter, Facebook and Netflix donated millions to Black Lives Matter founder before censoring stories about her lavish lifestyle

Big Tech executives including Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz, and Patricia Ann Quillin, the wife of Netflix’s billionaire CEO, have donated a whopping $7.5 million to groups associated with Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Khan-Cullors.

Big Tech has relentlessly censored stories exposing Khan-Cullors and her lavish lifestyle – while she advocates for policies that the Silicon Valley elites support.

Thegatewaypundit.com reports: Specifically, Khan-Cullors has been loudly advocating for Net Neutrality.

“Dustin Moskovitz, a billionaire co-founder of Facebook, and his wife Cari Tuna, are among the biggest donors to groups controlled by Khan-Cullors. Through their Open Philanthropy and Good Ventures non-profits, they contributed more than $5.5 million between 2017 and 2020, according to public records,” the New York Post reports. “The cash went to Dignity and Power Now, a non-profit started by Khan-Cullors, and Reform LA Jails, a California state political action committee she co-founded to lobby for civilian oversight of the L.A. Sheriff’s Department.”

Dorsey has also also been a big donor to the controversial Marxist. He funneled $1.5 million to a coalition of anti-capitalist groups founded by Khan-Cullors in 2020 using his #startsmall initiative and in connection with the Clara Lionel Foundation, a charity founded by singer Rihanna.

“In addition to providing cash, social-media giants have censored perceived criticisms of Khan-Cullors and the BLM movement, including a story first published by The Post about the activist’s recent $3.2 million in real estate purchases. Facebook earlier this month blocked its users from linking to the story — which was based on public records — saying it violated its ‘privacy and personal information policy.’ Twitter blocked journalist Jason Whitlock when he tried to post a story about Khan-Cullors’ purchase of a $1.4 million Los Angeles home earlier this month,” the Post report states.

Read the full report here.