By Adam Andrzejewski for RealClearPolicy
Because the nation faces a border disaster, with hundreds of thousands of undocumented immigrants pouring over the southern border this 12 months alone, the Justice Division awarded $41 million in contracts to a nonprofit to assist immigrants combat deportation.
The Acacia Heart for Justice, a Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit created as a collaboration between Vera Institute of Justice and Capital Space Immigrants’ Rights, acquired six authorized companies contracts from the DOJ starting Sept. 1, Fox Information reported.
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“The target of the Acacia Heart for Justice … is to develop on Vera’s work over the previous twenty years in offering authorized assist and illustration to immigrants going through deportation by means of the event, coordination and administration of nationwide networks of authorized companies suppliers serving immigrants throughout the nation,” the group’s web site states.
The Vera Institute, which views immigration enforcement businesses as a “risk” to civil liberties, hauled in an enormous $171 million authorities contract in March to assist unaccompanied minors keep away from deportation,” Fox Information additionally reported.
Former New York Lt. Gov. Betsy Betsy McCaughey identified in a current column within the New York Put up that non-profits get federal funds to facilitate criminality by supporting border crossings.
“Democratic politicians need to maximize unlawful immigration, however they don’t need their fingerprints on it,” she wrote. “The treatment: pay so-called charities that may do the work for them.”
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She mentioned migrants nonetheless in Mexico are given debit playing cards — with $800 a month to pay for requirements — distributed by the non-profit Group for Migration, paid for with funds from the U.S. State Division.
“The cash isn’t coming from the Sunday assortment basket,” McCaughey writes. “Sister Pimentel [executive director of Catholic Charities of the Rio Grande Valley] admits her group is reimbursed by the federal authorities. It’s coming from taxpayers, who don’t have any clue they’re supporting this operation.”
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