Government Uses Charities at Border
The government’s controversial handling of the crisis at the southern border is only half the story, Betsy McCaughey reports.
United Way, Catholic Charities, and the Central American Refugee Center all receive federal taxpayer funding for their work at the border, and that work is facing increasing scrutiny from elected officials trying to quell the violence and chaos.
“You may think these are charities,” McCaughey writes. “Truth is, these groups are hauling in millions in taxpayer dollars — your money — under government contracts to facilitate illegal immigration. It’s money laundering.”
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