Soros-Linked Group Reportedly Gets a $41M Contract From Biden to Aid Illegal Immigrants With Avoiding Deportation


    The Department of Justice (DOJ) has awarded a non-governmental organization (NGO), with financial ties to leftist George Soros, with a $41 million federal contract to help illegals evade deportation from the U.S.

    The Acacia Center for Justice, a non-profit organization with connections to the Soros-linked Vera Institute of Justice, won a contract from Biden's DOJ to offer “legal services” to illegal immigrants and border crossers after they have been released into the U.S. interior while attempting to stay permanently.

    Joe Schoffstall from Fox News writes:

    The Biden administration awarded $41 million in taxpayer-backed government contracts to a new liberal nonprofit working to help illegal immigrants fight deportation amid the escalating border crisis, Fox News Digital has discovered. [Emphasis added]

    The Acacia Center for Justice, a Washington, D.C.,-based nonprofit born from a partnership between the Vera Institute of Justice and Capital Area Immigrants’ Rights (CAIR), has received six “legal services” contracts from the Department of Justice that carried start dates of Sept. 1, according to records. [Emphasis added]

    The multimillion-dollar contracts began just months after the under-the-radar nonprofit received a July 29 determination letter from the Internal Revenue Service, which stated the group’s effective date of tax exemption was Dec. 29, 2021. [Emphasis added]

    Breitbart News reported that the Vera Institute of Justice, which is linked to Soros, was recently given the $172 million contract by Biden's DOJ to also help illegals avoid deportation from U.S.

    Back in 2018, the Vera Institute of Justice was granted $310 million from the Obama administration to help Unaccompanied Alien Children (UACs) dodge deportation.

    The most recent estimates show that the Biden administration, from February 2021 until August 2022, has allowed over 1.35 million border crossers and illegal immigrants into American communities. This number is greater than all the residents in Wyoming, Vermont, Alaska, North Dakota, South Dakota, Delaware, Rhode Island, and Montana.


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