Candace Owens is back at it again, and this time she’s filming a documentary about the alleged misappropriation of BLM (Black Lives Matter) funds.

In a video recently posted to her Instagram, Candace shows up at a property that she says is listed as “the Black Lives Matter property,” but it is owned by BLM co-founder, Patrisse Cullors.

According to Candace, Patrisse purchased six mansions with BLM revenue over the last few years.

Reportedly, BLM brought in $90 million in donations in 2020 following the murder of George Floyd.

The video is Candace’s attempt to pull receipts on Patrisse’s accusations that she was harassed at the home and fears for her safety after the encounter.

The video is a split-screen of Candace’s visit to the home and Patrisse’s reaction.

In the caption, Candace Owens claims she didn’t know Patrisse was home at the time.

She said she spoke to a White security guard through the gate, and volunteered to leave because he wasn’t responding to her questions.

BREAKING!! I am pre-releasing the footage of me showing up to ONE of the SIX mansions purchased by Patrisse Cullors/BLM over the last few years.

Remember last week when she hopped on Instagram and LIED claiming that she was unsafe and scared because I “demanded” to see her?

Remember what I told you she completely invented that narrative because I had no idea she was inside.

I simply showed up, spoke to a white security guard accompanied by a white dog THROUGH the gate—and then volunteered to leave because he wasn’t responding to my questions at all.

As if the video couldn’t have been edited.

Watch the video below:

Reportedly, Patrisse Cullors resigned from BLM in 2021 to focus on a book and TV deal.

I’ve created the infrastructure and support, and the necessary bones and foundation, so that I can leave.

It feels like the time is right.

Her resignation came during the time she was being accused of using BLM funds inappropriately, but she has since denied any misappropriation of BLM funds.

Watch the video below:

Your thoughts?

Source: The New York Post