When people see other people doing something that would normally be regarded as unusual it’s not unfair to wonder where the heck the money came from.
If you see someone that has been driving around a beat up old car or something like that and all of a sudden they are driving a brand new vehicle you might wonder where they got the money for it.
Anything that people perceive is free isn’t really all that free because the money to pay for it has to come from somewhere. You get a free airline ticket in a raffle, that money has to come from somewhere.
Homeless shelter handing out free meals to the destitute? That money had to come from somewhere.
Now, it’s all well and good when someone uses legally gotten money for a legal purchase that doesn’t affect anyone else but when someone uses money that was supposed to go for something else for a purpose that nobody would agree to if they knew the real reason that’s when you should start asking questions.
Former President Barack Obama’s administration rewarded an organization with ties to globalist billionaire George Soros to help Unaccompanied Alien Children (UACs) avoid deportation from the United States.
An Immigration Reform Law Institute (IRLI) investigation reveals that between 2015 and 2016, the Obama administration rewarded the Vera Institute of Justice $310 million in contracts to help UACs — young migrants who came to the U.S.-Mexico border unaccompanied — avoid deportation.
The IRLI investigation reveals that the Obama administration rewarded the Vera Justice Institute with millions in American taxpayer-funded contracts to give “direct legal representation” to UACs in deportation proceedings.
“When the federal government pays for illegal alien minors to receive direct legal representation, it does more than flout the law,” IRLI executive director Dale Wilcox said in a statement.
“These unauthorized payments have undoubtedly speeded-up UACs’ release from detention facilities to join their families, relatives, or fellow gang members – or help them reconnect with and pay ‘pandillas,’ the criminal cartels that make enormous profits from controlling human trafficking over the southern border,” Wilcox said. “My guess is that average voters would not be pleased to know that such vast amounts of their tax dollars are being spent in aid of this giant criminal enterprise.”