Black Lives Matter Co-Founder is Living It Up After Buying a $1.4 Million Home in a Not-So Diverse Neighborhood

Diversity is all the rage these days. The Left has pounded our heads with the concept of diversity being a strength. Turning America into a Tower of Babel is apparently what will make America great, not preserving the White-Anglo culture that made the country the envy of the world.

The amusing part about the multicultural Left’s elite class is their actual behavior. On television, they gush about the virtues of diversity and label anyone who questions their dogma a “racist”, “bigot”, or “reactionary.” There’s a whole litany of names they’ll throw at right wingers who don’t sip on their poison-laced Kool-Aid.

But when it comes to their daily lives, they do the exact opposite. Look at Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Khan-Cullors. According to Summit News, Patrisse Khan-Cullors lives in one of the whitest areas of California. Apparently she purchased a $1.4 million dollar home in an area with a black population of 1.6%.

Khan-Cullors gained notoriety for starting the #BlackLivesMatter hashtag in 2013 as a response to George Zimmerman’s acquittal in the Trayvon Martin case. Real estate website Dirt reported that Khan-Cullors bought a “secluded mini-compound tucked into L.A.’s rustic and semi-remote Topanga Canyon.”

“A winding 15 minute drive from The Commons at Calabasas and a slightly longer and somewhat less serpentine drive from Malibu’s Getty Villa, the pint-sized compound spans about one-quarter of an acre. The property’s not-quite 2,400 square feet is divided between the a three-bedroom and two-bath main house and a separate one-bed/one-bath apartment capable of hosting guests long term with a private entry and a living room with kitchenette,”  Mark David added.

Per the data, non-Hispanic whites constitute 82.3% of the population in Topanga Canyon. On the other hand, African-Americans make up only 1.64% of the population.

L.A. Times has previously reported that Topanga Canyon has built a reputation for its resident’s “privilege” and “geographic isolation from the mellow-harshing realities of modern American life.”

It’s funny how the most vocal advocates of multiculturalism don’t practice what they preach. It makes sense when looking at black crime, especially black-on-black crime. There was once a time when the black community was not a mess, when there wasn’t a welfare state and a total grievance industrial complex to make excuses for black’s maladaptive behavior.

Sadly, those days are likely never coming back.