Democrat President Joe Biden’s administration has awarded a $41 million taxpayer-funded contract to one of radical billionaire George Soros’ groups to help illegal border crossers evade deportation from the United States.
The Acacia Center for Justice (ACJ) is a non-governmental organization (NGO) that is financially supported by Soros.
Soros pumps cash into ACJ via his Vera Institute of Justice group.
ACJ has just scored a huge contract from Biden’s DOJ to provide “legal services” to migrants after they illegally cross the border and are released into the U.S. interior.
The group provides “free” lawyers for the migrants in the hope of helping them permanently escape deportation.
Fox News’s Joe Schoffstall reports:
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.
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.
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.
The Soros-funded Vera Institute of Justice was recently awarded a $172 million contract from Biden’s DOJ to do the same work.
Biden is not the first Democrat president to hand huge sums of taxpayer money to Soros’ organization, however.
In 2018, the Vera Institute of Justice was also awarded $310 million by the Obama administration to help Unaccompanied Alien Children (UACs) avoid deportation.
The latest estimates reveal that the Biden administration, from February 2021 to August 2022, has released at least 1.35 million illegal border crossers into American communities.
The number makes for a foreign population that’s larger than the resident populations of Wyoming, Vermont, Alaska, North Dakota, South Dakota, Delaware, Rhode Island, and Montana.