Who has raised money for Black Lives Matter?
Wow, a former member of a real terrorist group
In the light of yesterday’s article about a staggering $80 BILLION in corporate funding for Black Lives Matter and associated causes, I thought we should look at an actual BLM money-raiser.
She might constitute a clue about where some of that BLM money is actually going.
Buckle up for…
A true insurrection, the bomb that exploded in the Capitol Building, a terrorist, and Black Lives Matter…
ONE: Susan Rosenberg is a key figure who has been involved in the administration and funding of Black Lives Matter.
TWO: She has quite a life story. A long chapter would describe her work with a very active terrorist group.
THREE: In 1983, that group exploded a bomb in the Capitol Building.
FOUR: The bomb makes the January 6, 2021, break-in look like a picnic in the park.
This is not fiction. If a studio made a movie of the events, the plot line sketch would state: terrorist; her group exploded a powerful bomb just outside the Senate chamber in the Capitol Building; she was sentenced to 58 years on other explosives charges; sentence commuted by Bill Clinton; flash forward—she’s helping fund and administer Black Lives Matter.
The Smithsonian Magazine describes the Senate bombing:
Just before 11 p.m. on November 7, 1983, they [M19, an all-female terrorist group, in which Susan Rosenberg was an important member] called the U.S. Capitol switchboard and warned them to evacuate the building. Ten minutes later, a bomb detonated in the building’s north wing, harming no one but blasting a 15-foot gash in a wall and causing $1 million in damage.
The US Senate archive of history:
The Senate had planned to work late into the evening of Monday, November 7, 1983. Deliberations proceeded more smoothly than expected, however, so the body adjourned at 7:02 p.m. A crowded reception, held near the Senate Chamber, broke up two hours later. Consequently, at 10:58 p.m., when a thunderous explosion tore through the second floor of the Capitol’s north wing, the adjacent halls were virtually deserted. Many lives had been spared.
The force of the device, hidden under a bench at the eastern end of the corridor outside the chamber, blew off the door to the office of Democratic Leader Robert C. Byrd. The blast also punched a potentially lethal hole in a wall partition sending a shower of pulverized brick, plaster, and glass into the Republican cloakroom. Although the explosion caused no structural damage to the Capitol, it shattered mirrors, chandeliers, and furniture. Officials calculated damages of $250,000.
A stately portrait of Daniel Webster, located across from the concealed bomb, received the explosion’s full force. The blast tore away Webster’s face and left it scattered across the Minton tiles in one-inch canvas shards.
Eventually, the M19 terrorist women were busted by local police, who discovered their storage locker in Cherry Hill, New Jersey.
NY Daily News:
Inside the unit, they [the police] found sawed-off shotguns, an Uzi, a .357 Magnum, hundreds of rounds of ammo, and more than 10,000 blank Social Security cards. They also discovered over 700 pounds of poorly stored explosives, some of it leaking lethal nitroglycerin.
Who is Susan Rosenberg?