Soros-backed charity suing DeSantis got $70,000 from big black liberal money group

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A George Soros– funded charity that pursues Governor Ron DeSantis (R-FL) raised thousands of euros from a major liberal black silver organization, the tax forms reveal.

Alianza Americas is to chase DeSantis on him transporting illegal immigrants to Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts. Newly filed tax forms show that this same charity received $70,000 in 2021 from the New Venture Fund, a non-profit organization under the direction of Arabella Advisors – the largest liberal black money network in the United States.

Arabella is a Washington, DC-based consulting firm that manages the New Venture Fund and four other nonprofit groups that fund liberal causes. The groups, which do not disclose their donors on tax forms, tax sponsor various other liberal groups which, in turn, do not file tax forms with the IRS.

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The entire Arabella network received over $1.5 billion from secret donors in 2021, according to the records. The New Venture Fund, the largest of Arabella’s five network groups, received $955 million and disclosed $553 million in spending.

Alianza, an immigration rights group, has repeatedly called for “defunding” both customs and border protection and immigration and customs. Between 2016 and 2020, the charity received $1.4 million from the Open Society Foundations network of Soros, a major liberal funder.

In September, Alianza alleged in his lawsuit against DeSantis that the governor “intentionally only targeted people who were non-white and born outside the United States.” The lawsuit was filed on behalf of the immigrants, who were informed of their destination before boarding the flights, documents To display.

The recently disclosed grant to Alianza comes after allegations that the charity may have violated federal laws.

The National Legal and Policy Center, a conservative watchdog, filed a complaint with the IRS in October, alleging that Alianza may not have disclosed its lobbying activities on its 2019 and 2020 tax forms. Indeed, Alianza claimed that it did not lobby despite, in other parts of her tax forms, disclosing that she had engaged in certain political advocacy that may constitute lobbying, NLPC said.

Alianza said in its tax forms that it held “two congressional briefings” in Washington, D.C., on immigration-related issues and also made more than 200 “visits to Congress” between June 2017 and September 2019.

Prior to the filing of the NLPC complaint, Representatives Chip Roy (R-TX) and Beth Van Duyne (R-TX), along with former Department of Health and Human Services Chief of Staff Brian Harrison, asked the HHS inspector general to ensure that federal grants to Alianza were not used for lobbying.

Alianza raised $8.5 million in grants from HHS, records show. It is illegal to use federal grants for lobbying.

“As we learn more about Alianza Americas, the need for a thorough investigation into what the Biden administration knew when HHS gave them millions of dollars in taxes increases,” Harrison told the Washington Examiner. “My constituents’ tax dollars should not be given to liberal organizations to be weaponized against them by promoting disastrous open border policies. The American people deserve answers.”

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The New Venture Fund did not respond to a request for comment, nor did Alianza.

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