Deep state agents within the Department of Health and Human Services, the State Department and the U.S. Agency for International Development have paid over $115 million to the International Rescue Committee (IRC) nonprofit that is fighting President Donald J. Trump’s America-first ban on immigration from countries with huge populations seeking to do citizens harm.
The International Rescue Committee led by former U.K. Labour politician David Miliband has come under fire since the organization’s Tuesday release on World Refugee Day of an anti-sovereignty self-promotional video calling for greater Muslim immigration to Western countries. Google and YouTube, led by former Obama campaign adviser Eric Schmidt, are boosting IRC’s video, which touts radical communist activists with The Young Turks Democrat activist firm—co-hosted by Armenian genocide denialist Cenk Uygur.
A review of government subsidies to IRC since the beginning of the Trump administration reveals that the federal government has paid the anti-American organization $115.8 million.
In February, IRC spearheaded a campaign to shore up opposition to President Trump’s executive order banning immigration from jihad- and terrorism-linked countries.
“Writing a letter is one of the best ways to let your representatives know where you stand,” wrote IRC lackey Tara Todras-Whitehill, who also provided contact information for members of Congress to whip up opposition to a signature policy of the president Americans duly elected in November.
As of press time, in response to IRC’s #MoreThanARefugee propaganda video, nearly three-quarters of YouTube reviewers—over 300,000 viewers—indicated their dislike of the video.
On Jan. 26, shortly after President Trump’s inauguration, the massively taxpayer-enriched IRC published a hit piece calling for readers to “slam the door on hate” by opposing the patriotic executive order—additionally admonishing the president for supporting an immigration policy “favoring” the very “religious minorities” in the crosshairs of Islamist extremists for total genocide. IRC complained that the order would “slash refugee admissions by more than half.”
Does IRC really care about victims of genocide or about keeping their multimillion-dollar government meal ticket running?
IRC’s June 20 propaganda video features and exploits a woman, Catherine, from Sudan, who has now made her way into Uganda. President Trump’s executive order highlights immigration to the U.S. from Sudan as a particular risk.
In March, with taxpayer money, IRC generated a propaganda video highlighting the supposed importance of letting in Syrians whose country is now variously ruled by ISIS terrorists who routinely murder European and American civilians.
Stay tuned for more.
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