Meghan Markle is reportedly pitching the story of BLM co-founder to Netflix; ‘blown away’ by her work

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As part of her lucrative deal with Netflix, Meghan Markle reportedly wants to make a movie or documentary about BLM co-founder Patrisse Cullors.

According to what an unnamed source told the Mirror of the U.K., “Meghan has been blown away by the incredible work Patrisse has done. She thinks her story needs to be told – and she would love to be the one to make it.”

In a 2015 video, Cullors described herself and another BLM co-founder as “trained Marxists.” The organization launched in 2013 in the aftermath of the Trayvon Martin shooting by George Zimmerman.

Reed Hastings, the streaming platform’s CEO, claims that Markle and husband Prince Harry, will produce as part of the deal wide-ranging, “epic entertainment,” which presumably includes the BLM film, if it gets off the ground.

Netflix apparently also thinks the controversial Cuties movie is a legitimate social commentary.

“The Black Lives Matter movement matters to Meghan and it matters to Harry. And I understand that this is going to be an area where we’re going to see the couple doing a lot more work and taking a lot more interest,” a so-called royal expert told ETonline in June amidst the George Floyd protests.

The Mirror also alleged that Harry is taking online classes in how to become a movie producer. Many people with or without training or business acumen but who have a lot of money, or are in line to rake in a lot of cash, often aspire to be movie producers.

As part of his ongoing series called BLM 101, Jason Whitlock of Outkick asserted that “Black Lives Matter is a clever slogan. On the surface — as long as you don’t read the BLM website — the agenda of BLM is admirable. BLM is allegedly dedicated to ending systemic racism and making everyone equal. It’s a force as powerful as God. The reality is BLM imposes inequality and creates racial division. Movements founded in Marxism, socialism and communism always empower a handful of elites and feed the masses hope packaged in slogans.”

To the dismay of his friends and associates, and presumably his family, Harry seems all-in on feminist Meghan Markle’s woke agenda, which includes flying around the world to virtue-signal about global warming.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, titles they still hold, stepped away from the U.K. Royal Family for the red-carpet Hollywood lifestyle early this year. As alluded to above, they recently signed a five-year contract with Netflix that is allegedly worth about $100 million-plus. Other reports suggest that the comp is only about $2 million annually, which is still a lot of money.

“These are desperately needed funds considering the couple’s lavish lifestyle, sky-high security costs, debt to the British taxpayers for the renovation of their English home, (now reimbursed) and the reported lack of financial support they are now receiving from the Windsor purse,” Knewz claimed.

The couple currently lives in a $15 million Santa Barbara mansion and to many, seem to epitomize elite limousine liberals (or champagne socialists in the U.K.).

A celebrity agent claimed earlier this month that Meghan Markle, the former Suits actress and Deal or No Deal suitcase model, “has every right to run for president.”

In 2016, Markle criticized Donald Trump as “misogynistic” and “divisive” and claimed she would move to or stay in Canada if he won the election. In fact, Meghan Markle actually is the only anti-Trump celebrity to follow through on it, at least temporarily, after she and her husband left the U.K., before settling in the Los Angeles area.

Netflix previously signed the Obamas to a $50 million production deal.

Robert Jonathan

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Robert Jonathan is a staff writer for BizPac Review. He is a longtime writer/editor for news aggregation websites and has also developed content in the legal and financial publishing sectors as well as for online education. He earned a Juris Doctorate from the University of Connecticut School of Law, “a law school the basketball teams can be proud of.”
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