Part 4 of the Kylie Kilpatrick investigative series will come Monday, but we do have an addendum to part 3, which exposed Kylie for soliciting donations in several ways under the guise of being a non-profit and raising money for school lunch for poor children. Kyle posted this today on the Ryan Kyote, Youth Activist Facebook (which you should definitely comment on to see how long it takes for her to block you) in response to part 3.
Kylie obviously has been reading the blogs, she knows she’s in trouble, she knows what she’s doing is illegal, and she’s going on the defensive for the first time. This is new for her, because she’s usually attacking and threatening people as we will see in part 4.
“We have not and do not recruit donations.”
First of all, who is we? You don’t have an organization set up. You’re just a single mom using your son to scam opportunistic politicians and clickbait journalists in order to line your own pockets.
Secondly, yes you do.
She doesn’t recruit donations. Except when she sets up a website, purchases the domain, puts a PayPal button on it, and responds to people who are looking for ways to donate to Ryan specifically.
Also, look who Ryan met with yesterday.
Talcum X himself! They’re a perfect combination when you think about it. Both pretend to be black for financial gain and have learned how to lie for a living. Shaun King lies about everything, which is why even Deray McKesson and other black lives matter leaders have called him out for all the money he’s made by pretending to be a black civil rights leader.
The real question is, when will the media do their job and correct their reporting? I emailed Jennifer Huffman from the Napa News three days ago (who first reported Ryan’s story) and have yet to hear back from her. Feel free to send her a respectfully worded email yourself. It’s easy to ignore one person, but not so easy to ignore thousands.
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