The federal United States Agency for International Development gives $8.7 million to Oxfam to fight President Donald J. Trump’s America-First travel ban in court—an amount that the London-based nonprofit doesn’t consider enough as on Tuesday via email it pleaded for even more from Oxfam American members whose safety the “charity” is endangering.
An email from Oxfam America Policy Adviser Noah Gottschalk desperately pleading for more money came in the wake of a Monday Supreme Court decision unanimously upholding almost all of the travel ban against six Muslim countries.
Americans “need to uphold our commitment to welcome and protect refugees and immigrants to the United States,” wrote Gottschalk.
The $8.7 million estimate of 2017 federal USAID funding to Oxfam—a 75-year-old, London-based nonprofit that has prioritized spreading third-world poverty rather than fixing it—comes from USASpending.gov.
On June 12, following a now-overturned block on the travel ban by the Ninth Circuit Appeals Court, the taxpayer-funded Oxfam America President Abby Maxman said President Trump’s ban was “illegal and immoral” and stated it “[discriminated] against Muslims.”
Muslims in the order’s six countries—Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen—make up only nine percent of Islam’s global followers.
Gottschalk—who according to his Facebook cover photo loves the Black Lives Matter terrorist organization that targets police for death—until 2008 worked for International Rescue Committee, or IRC.
As GotNews reports, the deep state gives IRC over a hundred million dollars to fight the travel ban.
Oxfam has deceived the public about the ban for months.
In March, an Oxfam bulletin lied that America’s “refugee resettlement program… is already the safest and most stringent in the world.”
In Eastern Europe, accepting refugees from countries torn apart by jihadist violence is deeply unpopular.
Poland and Hungary are still fighting pressure from the European Union to accept them. China said in 2016 it wouldn’t accept Syrian refugees. Japan accepted 28 refugees 2016.
The 120-day, America-First travel ban—which the Supreme Court amended to allow for those with personal connections to the United States and will rehear in October—may go into effect as early as Thursday
Stay tuned for more.
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