Soros-Funded Group Releases App to Help Illegal Aliens Evade Law EnforcementChris Menahan
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A Soros-funded immigrant activist group has developed an app to help illegal aliens evade law enforcement by tipping each other off to law enforcement threats with "one click."
From Judicial Watch:
An open borders group that has benefitted from U.S. taxpayer dollars and is funded by leftwing billionaire George Soros launched a smartphone application to help illegal immigrants avoid federal authorities. The app, Notifica (Notify), is described in a Laredo, Texas news article as a tool to protect immigrants living in the U.S. illegally by utilizing high tech and online social communications. With the click of a button, illegal aliens can alert family, friends and attorneys of encounters with federal authorities. "Immigration agents knocking at the door?" the news story asks. "Now, there's an app for that, too."Here's how the Houston Chronicle describes the app: "Users can prepare a set of automatic messages to alert — with one click — family members, lawyers and others if they, or someone they care about, encounter immigration enforcement authorities."
Translation: tip off other illegals to help them evade capture. You don't need an app to call your family or a Soros-funded lawyer with "one click."
Note, while Gab is banned from Google and Apple's app store for "hate speech," Google and Apple both allow this app in their stores.
Judicial Watch continues:
The group behind the app is called United We Dream, which describes itself as the country's largest immigrant youth-led community. The nonprofit has more than 400,000 members nationwide and claims to "embrace the common struggle of all people of color and stand up against racism, colonialism, colorism, and xenophobia." Among its key projects is winning protections and rights for illegal immigrants, defending against deportation, obtaining education for illegal immigrants and acquiring "justice and liberation" for undocumented LGBT "immigrants and allies." Illegal aliens encounter lots of discrimination, which creates a lot of fear, according to United We Dream. "We empower people to develop their leadership, their organizing skills, and to develop our own campaigns to fight for justice and dignity for immigrants and all people," United We Dream states on its website, adding that this is achieved through immigrant youth-led campaigns at the local, state, and federal level.Here's how law abiding citizens can report illegal aliens to ICE:
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