Guest post by Joe Hoft
Breaking reports overnight tie the migrant caravan in Mexico working its way to the US to billionaire George Soros, the man behind nearly every anti-American group working against the USA over the past decade.
The migrant caravan coming up through Mexico is obviously funded by some far left group.
The migrant caravan of mostly young men from all parts of the world were pictured receiving money from individuals embedded in the caravan.
6) Let’s address this photo first as we move forward. Why are these people carrying bags that say US AID?? What is this organization?
— WWG1WGA (@findtruthQ) October 23, 2018
USAID defines itself as the world’s premier international development agency and a catalytic actor driving development results. USAID’s work advances U.S. national security and economic prosperity, demonstrates American generosity, and promotes a path to recipient self-reliance and resilience.
According to a press release from Judicial Watch in early October:
(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch today released 49 pages of new documents obtained from the U.S. Department of State about U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) funding for George Soros’s left-wing nonprofit organizations in Albania. The documents deal primarily with the activities of Soros’ top operative in Albania, Andri Dobrushi, the director of Open Society Foundation-Albania, who was actively engaged in channeling funding to what Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban calls Soros’ “mercenary army.” The documents show U.S. grant money flowing through non-governmental organizations (NGOs) that profess to promote “civil society,” while in fact attacking traditional, pro-American groups, governments and policies.
Just last month, Soros related individuals were pictured paying off protestors in Washington DC at the Kavanaugh hearings. So it certainly would not surprise ANYONE if Soros money was linked to the caravan organizers.
According to The Independent the US Agency for International Development (USAID) in 2016, the US gave Honduras nearly $128m, Guatemala $297m, and El Salvador $75m in aid across all federal agencies mostly aimed towards counter-narcotics activities, military training, agricultural subsidies, and violence prevention.