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Rand Paul: Investigation Needed to ‘Trace’ Money Given to BLM, Other Groups to See if Used to Foment Violence

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Saturday on Fox News Channel’s “Justice,” Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) suggested an investigation was needed to look into groups potentially fomenting violence in cities around the country, one of which was Black Lives Matter.

Paul raised the possibility to Fox News’ Jeanine Pirro of corporations giving money to “show the public that they’re not racist” and said some of that money might be going to Black Lives Matter and used for individuals to create “havoc” in cities.

Senator Paul said:   “We do need to get to the bottom of this because there’s one or two possibilities, it could be nefarious rich individuals who want to foment violence in our cities, or it could be less sinister but still equally as bad. Black Lives Matter is out there collecting corporation money from corporations who want to show the public that they’re not racist. But these corporations need to know if that money is going to Black Lives Matter and if Black Lives Matter is giving it to hooligans to cause and create havoc in cities. Someone has to trace the money. I don’t know the answer yet. But I certainly think we need to know”

TJV has published numerous stories about the financial wings of the BLM and ANTIFA movement. Rand Paul is saying what many conservative voices have been writing about for months on end. The non-profits associated with this movement must be exposed. While it is refreshing to hear a law maker discuss this topic, it remains to be seen if anything will actually be done.

Watch the interview below:

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