According to a Harvard Caps-Harris poll taken from September 7 to 8, 61% of independent and unaffiliated voters think it is inappropriate for Biden to refer to Trump supporters as “semi-fascists.” Additionally, it revealed that 55% of Americans think that Republicans who support Donald Trump pose a much less threat than the socialist left.
The poll also revealed that Trump leads V.P. Kamala Harris by 7 points and President Biden by 3 points in the upcoming presidential race.
The media has reported about how the radical left’s agenda is causing instability in the country and harming efforts to achieve national security goals.
“To help unaccompanied youngsters evade deportation, a left-wing organization that vehemently opposes enforcement of immigration laws was able to secure a $158 million taxpayer-funded agreement.”
In particular, the Vera Institute of Justice received this funding from the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). This institute is a left-leaning nonprofit organization that favors cutting police funding. According to a report by USASpending, a government contract database, they won the contract in 2021 to “offer immigration-related legal assistance to unaccompanied adolescents.”
According to an investigative associate, Jason Hopkins with the Immigration Reform Law Institute, “The Vera Institute of Justice is a behemoth progressive non profit organization centered out of NY City with more than a $140 million spending plan, which they utilize to finance a slate of progressive issues and efforts across the country. Whether it be immigration, bail reform, or criminal justice reform.”
Hopkins asserted that the federal government provides around half of the institute’s funding. According to the institute’s most recent tax records, funding from the government accounted for over $137 million of the non-profit’s $174 million in revenue between July 1, 2019, and June 30, 2020.
Hopkins said, “The $158 million is merely the most recent in the hundreds of millions that they gave to Vera for their services.”
The contract has not previously been disclosed. It began on March 30, 2021, and it may finish on March 30, 2022.