BLM Co-Founder Claims People Should Ignore When Marxist Race-Hustlers End Up Getting Rich

BLM co-founder Patrisse Cullors and her four new houses.

WASHINGTON, D.C. – After being called a hypocrite for recently buying four homes for roughly $3.2M, Marxist co-founder of BLM Patrisse Cullors claimed that people should ignore the fact that Marxist leaders and Race-Hustlers often end up getting rich.

“You should focus on what I say, not what I do,” Cullors replied. “I say White people are inherently racist; ignore the fact that I’ve moved into a virtually all-white neighborhood. I say the system is rigged to prevent Blacks from succeeding; ignore the fact that I’m Black and I succeeded. I say Capitalism is a flawed system; ignore the fact that it’s working very well for me. Finally, I say people should share their wealth; ignore the fact that I’m not sharing mine.”

A critic pointed out that as a leader of the BLM movement, she should be spending her newly-found wealth to improve Black Lives.

“That’s not how race hustling works,” said Cullors. “Instead, I need to spend my money on myself, so I’m a beacon of hope to other Blacks.”

“But you’re also a Marxist leader,” said another Critic. “Shouldn’t you be sharing your wealth with others?”

“No, that’s not how Marxism works," said Cullors. “As a Marxist leader, I have the right to enjoy all the benefits of Capitalism.”

“And as Marxist followers, the little people have every right to give their wealth to me.”

Ms. Cullors then ended the interview, to meet with her accountant and discuss tax-avoidance strategies, and to shoo a homeless person off her lawn.

- The Satirized Evening Post
April 14, 2021

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