From a recent tweet (click the image for a larger view):
The federal government pays huge sums to those charities (and others like them) to "help refugees". It's a staggering amount.
According to Forbes, Catholic Charities USA was the 13th-largest U.S. charity last year. Of its total $4.7 billion in revenues, Catholic Charities received $1.4 billion from government support, compared with $1 billion in private donations and $2.2 billion in other income.
In its 2021 financial statement, Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service reported it received more than $93.1 million in U.S. government grants, and $23.2 million in church, foundation, corporate, and other contributions, making taxpayer-funded grants more than 80% of its total support. In fiscal year 2022, the Department of Health and Human Services alone issued the Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service a whopping $182.6 million in grants for unaccompanied alien children and refugee services.
According to its 2022 financial report, out of Church World Service’s $51.1 million in assets, more than $20.5 million came in the form of grant funds, and only $511,000 were from contributions. The New York City-based entity is a 501(c)(3) organization under the Internal Revenue Code, so it pays no federal income taxes, but it spent more than $3.7 million in advocacy and receives more than 40% of its assets from taxpayer-funded grants.
In 2021, HIAS (originally the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society) reports it received more than $40.9 million in grants from the departments of Health and Human Services, State, and Homeland Security, compared with $46 million in contributions.
The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops’ Migration and Refugee Services lists 10 federal grants for migration and refugee services on its website, including eight from HHS (to provide services for newly arrived refugees; strengthen refugee marriage and families; unaccompanied alien children placement and reunification in the U.S.; a joint grant with Catholic Charities USA to provide training and assistance regarding human trafficking; a joint grant with the Lutheran group to address needs of refugee youth, children, and families, which was later supplemented to find homes for trafficked children; and another to provide services to adult trafficking victims); one State Department grant (resettlement services to newly arriving refugees); and one DHS grant (to process, receive, and place Cuban and Haitian parolees).
There's more at the link.
Michael Yon adds:
Catholic Charities is EVERYWHERE over the border in Texas. Hiring fascist thugs in uniform, both private security and corrupt cops, to protect their human trafficking operation in the Rio Grande Valley. HIAS is EVERYWHERE in Panama building invasion camps for the US with Secretary Mayorkas, a former board member along with Sergey Brin (Google’s Father) putting massive political and informational power behind them.
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And you paid for it. You turned a blind eye because you didn’t want to be called “Anti Catholic” or “Anti Semitic”. But the organizations themselves, BY THEIR OWN ACTIONS, are Anti Semitic and Anti Catholic. At least the Catholics that are not the believers in Liberation Theology, embraced by the Jesuits and ensconced by the potentially heretical Pope Francis. The Jewish Orthodox voices that are screaming to protect the borders are drowned out by the same Zionists that want to drown out Orthodox Judaism both in America and in Israel.
So if the evil that masks as Christian and Jew can align for evil, what is stopping the good, and practicing Christians and Jews from doing the same?
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Remember, fighting “H”IAS actually supports Orthodox Jews.
Fighting “Catholic” Charities supports traditional Catholics.
Marxism LOVES the Rape of the Mind techniques designed to confuse you.
Don’t be fooled. Develop your “David Eyes” and stand up to the Goliaths.
Again, more at the link, including supporting information. It's worth your time.
That's why I haven't donated to Catholic Charities, or any other "charity" involved in "helping refugees" or similar shenanigans, for a long, long time. I saw this back in the late 1990's, albeit in a minor form. It's only gotten worse since then. So, if your church passes the collection plate to raise funds for any of these agencies . . . you know what to do.