Candace Owens Shares Trailer Of Documentary Exposing Black Lives Matter Organization

"The Greatest Lie Ever Sold" will premiere on October 12.

BYLawrencia Grose
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Candace Owens Shares Trailer Of Documentary Exposing Black Lives Matter Organization

Once again, the Black Lives Matter organization is facing some serious allegations. What started as a movement to highlight the racism, discrimination, and inequality experienced by black people has been framed for misusing funds donated by citizens.

Earlier this year, it was revealed that three founders-- Patrisse Cullors, Alicia Garza, and Melina Abdullah-- purchased a $6 million home in southern California in October 2020. Although they claimed the home would be a "creator house" for talented African Americans, many people did not believe that narrative-- one of those people being Candace Owens.

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The 33-year-old conservative has never been fond of the BLM movement. A few months ago, she told everyone that she was working on a documentary that would expose the organization-- and now it is here.

Owens shared a trailer with her 4.5 million followers. She showed BLM's 990 IRS filings revealing that they brought in $80 million. "Where have you seen that money impacted throughout the city," she asked.

She also stated where some of the funds allegedly went. "$200,000 went to escorts, BDSM workers, strippers...," she claimed.

The caption to the trailer read, "I will be hosting the Black Lives Matter funeral next Wednesday, October 12."

To add fuel to the fire, it was recently revealed that former founder Patrisse Cullors made renovations to her $1.4 million Los Angeles home. According to the New York Post, Cullors spent tens of thousands of dollars to build a new pool and sauna in her backyard.

Check out images of the renovation below.

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