(National Sentinel) Systems Disruption: Groups funded by Left-wing billionaire George Soros are actively involved in assisting the Central American “migrant caravan” whose members are now gathering in Tijuana, Mexico, across the border from San Diego.
Hundreds of migrants are now demanding asylum, making various claims of religion and political persecution, as well as escaping violence from their home nations.
The caravan is organized by a group called Pueblo sin Fronteras (People Without Borders). However the overall effort is supported by the coalition CARA Family Detention Pro Bono Project, an umbrella organization including Catholic Legal Immigration Network, the American Immigration Council, the Refugee and Immigration Center for Education and Legal Services and the American Immigration Lawyers Association – thus the acronym CARA.
At least three of the four groups are funded By George Soros’ Open Society Foundation, WorldNetDaily confirmed. The CARA coalition was announced last week. Other supporting groups are being funded by the MacArthur Foundation, Ford Foundation and the Carnegie Corporation.
President Donald J. Trump has ordered the Department of Homeland Security to deny the migrants entry so as not to hear their asylum pleas, though some exceptions have been made.
Also, a few of the migrants have already been arrested attempting to gain entry to the U.S. illegally.
WND noted further:
Pueblo Sin Fronteras is a member of the National Day Laborer Network, which is affiliated with United for Justice and Peace, Caravan Against Fear and Freedom Road Socialist Organization. The connections run deep between left-wing activism and corporate and foundation sponsorship.
The Democratic Party links are also in strong evidence. Earlier this month, Oregon’s Democratic Governor Kate Brown accepted a contribution to her re-election campaign from Soros – his first direct involvement in that state’s elections. Three days later, Brown announced the Oregon National Guard would not be participating in President Trump’s effort to get the Guard providing border security.
In September 2016, Soros pledged to invest as much as $500 million in programs and corporations that benefit migrants and refugees who are “fleeing life-threatening situations.”
Pueblo sin Fronteras is attempting to make that argument.
“We will invest in startups, established companies, social impact initiatives, and businesses started by migrants and refugees,” said in an official statement.
“These investments are intended to be successful. But our primary focus is to create products and services that truly benefit migrants and host communities. I hope my commitment will inspire other investors to pursue the same mission.”
On Sunday, more migrants attempted to sneak into the U.S. but were detained. It’s not clear what has become of them, however, according to the Los Angeles Times.
Border Patrol officials were warning migrants to think before they act.
“Individuals of the ‘caravan’ seeking asylum or other similar claims should seek protections in the first safe country they enter, including Mexico,” Chief Patrol Agent Rodney Scott said in the Customs and Border Protection statement, according to the Times.
“To anyone that is associated with this caravan, think before you act,” Scott continued. “If anyone has encouraged you to illegally enter the United States, or make any false statements to U.S. government officials, they are giving you bad advice and they are placing you and your family at risk.”
Last fall, Soros, 89, transferred some $18 billion to his Open Society Foundation so that the organization would continue his progressive, borderless society work after his death.
The donation was seen by many as a way for him to avoid paying inheritance taxes — the so-called “death tax” after he passed away.