(FOX BUSINESS) – Bruce LeVell, a former diversity leader under the Donald Trump administration, published an op-ed condemning Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation and corporations helping to fund the group.
LeVell, a black businessman from Georgia who served as an advisor in the Trump administration, wrote the op-ed to urge corporations away from BLMGNF as the nonprofit heavyweight comes under the microscope for alleged financial misconduct. LeVell accused the group of intentionally sowing disharmony and racial tension for profit.
“Black lives do matter. I say that as a Black man myself, but the concept isn’t really in dispute among ordinary, right-thinking Americans of any race or ethnicity,” LeVell wrote in the Tennessee Star. “The BLMGNF does everything it can to cultivate the opposite impression because it profits off grievance politics – but its narrative couldn’t be further from the truth.”
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Source: World Net Daily
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