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Two members of Congress from Texas and one former Trump administration official who now serves in the Texas House of Representatives are
asking for answers from the Biden administration after discovering that an open borders group funded by George Soros
received millions of dollars in federal grant money last year.
Alianza Americas, a nonprofit that says it is “committed to a human rights agenda for all people, with an emphasis on the inclusion
and support of Latin American immigrant communities, and people on the move in Latin America,” received $7.5 million from
the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in February 2021, according to the Washington Examiner, and then
another $1 million from the Health Resources and Services administration in July.
Both organizations fall under President Joe Biden’s Health and Human Services organization, and both grants
were to fund COVID relief and vaccination efforts.
The group has also received nearly $1.4 million from George Soros’ Open Society Foundation from 2016 through 2020.
Federal law prohibits government grant money from being spent on lobbying, but Alianza Americas may have violated
that prohibition in its activities as a “political advocacy group,” according to a letter from former HHS Chief of Staff Brian Harrison.
Harrison, now a member of the Texas House of Representatives, wrote to HSS Inspector General Christi Grimm Friday,
asking for “an immediate and thorough audit” of Alianza Americas’ spending to determine whether the organization
violated federal law in its use of taxpayer grant dollars.
Texas Reps. Beth Van Duyne and Chip Roy wrote their own letter to Grimm on the same day, essentially making the same request.
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