Candace Owens has taken a lot of heat from the black community after her documentary on Black Lives Matter aired. In the documentary, “The Greatest Lie Ever Sold” exclusively available on DailyWire+, Candace Owens follows the money and discovers exactly how the money was spent and where it did-and didn’t go.
Many in the black community are outraged at Owens for what they see as her betrayal. They believe that she is being used by the far right to further their agenda.
Others, however, see her as a brave truth-teller who is shining a light on the hypocrisy of the Black Lives Matter movement.
Owens has responded to the criticism by saying that she is not being used and that she is simply telling the truth. She also says that the black community needs to wake up and see how they are being manipulated by the left.
In the documentary Candace Owens goes to one of the million dollar residences that are connected to Black Lives Matter, to ask some questions. It so happens to belong to Patrisse Cullors, one of the three co-founders of BLM.
Owens said that she had no idea that Patrisse Cullors lived there and that she wasn’t even aware that she was inside.
She also says there were no demands made but that she had simply asked the security guard outside if there was anyone she could speak to about the purchase of the home.
Cullors responded by going live on Instagram and calling Candace Owens a black woman who is part of a right wing agenda and saying her actions unacceptable and dangerous.
Owens is not the only one who has been critical of how the BLM movement is spending its money.
The Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors stepped down from her role as executive director of the organization after it was revealed that she bought a $1.4 million home in an all-white neighborhood and owned another three.
The news of Cullors’ purchase led to questions about how the organization, which claims to be fighting for racial justice, is spending its donations.
Although Ms Cullors said she had stepped down from the Black Lives Matter Global Network to focus on her forthcoming second book, An Abolitionist’s Handbook, and a TV development deal with Warner Bros highlighting black stories.
The footage also covers the 2020 riots and George Floyd who he was. The details of his family life and the fact he had a lengthy criminal record.
Candace Owens is not afraid to speak her mind and she is definitely not afraid of the backlash she is getting from some in the black community.
Owens’ documentary has reignited this debate and has many people wondering if the Black Lives Matter movement is more interested in helping themselves than they are in helping the black community.
- 2016 – Patrisse Cullors bought a home in Inglewood, CA for $ 510,000
- 2018 – Cullors purchased a $ 590,000 home in South Los Angeles
- 2020 – Cullors purchased a $ 415,000 “custom ranch” in Conyers, GA featuring a private airplane hanger.
- 2021 – Cullors purchased a $ 1.4 million home in an exclusive Los Angeles neighborhood of Topanga Canyon
- 2021 – BLM Canada purchased a three-story $6.3 million Victorian mansion in Toronto
Black Lives Matter was formed in 2013 in response to the acquittal of George Zimmerman in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin.
The organization has been highly critical of police brutality and what they see as a lack of accountability for officers who kill unarmed black people.
They have also been vocal about what they see as systemic racism in America.
The Black Lives Matter movement has been widely successful in raising awareness about these issues.
However, there has been some criticism of the organization.
Some people feel that they are more interested in advancing their own agenda than they are in actually helping the black community.
Others feel that the name of the organization is misleading and that it should be called something like “All Lives Matter.”
Whatever your opinion on the matter, there is no denying that Candace Owens is a controversial figure. And her documentary is sure to create even more debate.