We are the group that ran Deray McKesson, Shaun King, etc. OUT of the movement and away from the Black Lives Matter brand due to their lies and corruption. It was our investigation, helped with outside media and previous research that revealed exactly who these individuals were.
The pair helped prop the Black Lives Matter organization, over the grassroots Movements in Ferguson immediately following the verdict that Darren Wilson would not face charges. McKesson, Elzie, Charles Wade and Shaun King were the main activists on social media (Twitter) propping the Black Lives Matter brand. Local activists were still unaware the slogan being pushed was anything more than that. Little did Ferguson residents know, Black Lives Matter would be the company used to steal their momentum and funding through re-branding and allow outside interest to dictate their local politics.
Tuesday we released our initial article Black Lives Matter COINTEL Exposed; The Introduction. After being questioned online since its release, McKesson and Elzie have both renounced being affiliated with Black Lives Matter (BLM). The announcements came after being asked specifically, “What does BLM do with the money that’s donated?” Immediately following the question they stated they aren’t affiliated with the brand. That’s after helping prop the brand in Ferguson over the grassroots Movements being formed. Over The Movement, the brand they also tried to claim affiliation to, due to its online presence during the protests. Both activists used the BLM brand to land new jobs, solicit donations, and gain leverage in the wake of the Michael Brown killing. Other groups were blackballed from media, or co-opted into the Black Lives Matter brand. They appeared in the media as leaders of BLM. The covers of magazines and articles identified them as Black Lives Matter leaders. Both supported the Soros funded brand over the local grassroots brand and over #TheMovement, knowing the distinctions and clearly placing allegiance. At the time, The Movement and Ferguson activists were working in unison, the hashtags helped provide exposure, and safety to protesters in that city, and nationwide. Black Lives Matter was still trying to enter onto the scene, it wasn’t until immediately after the verdict that they became leaders of anything, and they did it through media, not on the ground in Ferguson. Many Ferguson activists stated that Deray stood with media during the protests, and did not participate in them.