Joe Biden and his caliphate will be handing over as much as $235.3 million dollars to a far-left group that is also funded by George Soros’ Open Society. The money will go for hiring lawyers for illegal aliens. The money comes from a $2 billion dollar fund that was earmarked for health initiatives for Americans. Biden has been redirecting money from all over the place to spend on illegal aliens who are first-class citizens as opposed to us second-class citizens.
Adam Andrzejewski, CEO and founder of government watchdog group Open the Books wrote:
“While the federal government often engages in the contracting and funding of nonprofits, they typically try to avoid dealing with overtly political institutions. Not this time.”
Andrzejewski’s group reported that Department of Health and Human Services entered into a $158 million contract with the Vera Institute of Justice to provide lawyers for the illegal aliens. That contract was expanded to $164 million and by the time it is done, it could reach $198.5 million. Another $36.8 million will come from the Department of Justice.
Some of the things the Vera Institute of Justice advocates for include widespread bail reform, defunding the police and weakening immigration enforcement. During the early pandemic, they insisted that every single illegal alien be released. Needless to say, the Very group is to the far left of the far left. Soros wouldn’t bother with them if they weren’t.
Illegal aliens are not citizens and therefore are not eligible for public defenders, but through your generosity and the tax dollars they get defended anyway and you can’t even claim them as dependents.
When reached by Fox News for comment last month, a spokesperson for the institute said that every year, “thousands of immigrant children are placed into court proceedings in which government prosecutors seek to deport them unless those children can prove they have a right to stay in the United States.”
“Many children face these immigration proceedings alone,” she continued, noting, “Many children have legal options that establish their ability to remain in the United States (such as refugees, trafficking victims, and survivors of crime and abuse), but these options are nearly impossible to access without the assistance of trained attorneys. Other children require legal assistance to seek to voluntarily repatriate to their countries of origin.”