The Black Lives Matter organization has been trending for more than a couple of years, with a surge in its activity after the George Floyd incident.

Normally, the media is more interested in the background of its co-founders, which is something that Facebook doesn’t approve of.

Just a few days ago, the New York Post published an article on the real estate properties owned by Patrisse Khan Cullors.

As it seems, the fact that an advocate of Marxism has four houses to their name is something that Facebook doesn’t want you to know or share!

Contradictory to the Marxist creed

The BLM group is considered to be extreme leftist which is why finding that one of its co-founders has more than $3.2 million invested in real estate is contradictory.


According to the latest reports, and the New York Post article, Patrisse Kahn Cullors isn’t done just yet as she is onto a luxurious resort in the Bahamas.

Furthermore, she bought a house in the Topanga Canyon, an area highly populated by “white supremacists”, as she usually calls white Americans.

A few hours after this story was posted, BLM issued a public statement accusing the NYP journalists of white supremacism and dismissing any further questions regarding how did Patrisse Kahn Cullors acquire the aforementioned properties.

Twitter follows up with locked accounts

Not surprisingly, considering the ongoing social media censorship, Twitter followed up by locking the accounts of the two journalists that posted information on Patrisse Kahn Cullors buying a property in the Topanga Canyon.


The officials of this social network stated that the duo violated the terms and conditions of their platform related to the protection of private information.

The news spread fast as journalists received messages of support mostly confirming that they didn’t compromise Patrisse Kahn Cullors’s privacy but have simply shared public information.

Against Community Standards

At the same time when Jason Whitlock and Curtis Scoon had their accounts locked by Twitter, Facebook started censoring the story.

More than a few people posted a tweet about how they aren’t able to post the NYP article to their feed or share it with other users through the Messenger app.

It isn’t an isolated case as a New York Post article discussing Hunter/Biden relationship got banned by Twitter back in October 2020.


Consequently, this raises many privacy-related concerns.

The fact that people aren’t able to exchange information freely means that Facebook officially reads content that is sent through messages.

Or not?