Leftist George Soros, known for funding organizations that undermine American freedoms while fueling divisive policies, is helping fund a group that has filed a lawsuit against Flordia’s popular Governor, Ron DeSantis. However, it appears that the Soros group is now facing scrutiny.

Alianza Americas, a Soros’ Open Society Foundation-funded nonprofit, filed suit in September against DeSantis following his decision to send illegal immigrants to a sanctuary designated location; Martha’s Vineyard. Martha’s Vineyard claims to be a haven for illegals but bussed them all out within 48hrs of their arrival in the posh liberal haven.

Americans concerned about the border crises have applauded Florida Governor DeSantis and Texas Governor Abbott’s decision to send illegals to sanctuary cities and sanctuary island, Martha’s Vineyard, giving the leftist areas “a taste of their own medicine.”


It seems questionable why the community would label itself a “sanctuary” for illegals when, in reality, it has no capacity to welcome them long-term and doesn’t actually want to have to deal with the implications of open borders.

The lawsuit against DeSantis has been filed professionally and personally and claims he targeted “non-white” illegal aliens while describing the free transportation to the luxury island as an “illegal and fraudulent scheme.”

Alianza Americas has received more than 1.7 million dollars from Soros. And it had recently come to light, according to the Washington Examiner, that the group concealed important tax information when it failed to disclose lobbying on two years of IRS tax returns for 2019 and 2020. The National Legal Policy Center (NLPC), a watchdog group, said Alianza America tax returns issued contradictory statements regarding lobbying activities and that the group must be investigated by the IRS on “civil or criminal penalties” and potentially lose its tax-exempt status. The NLPC’s complaint was filed with the IRS and said,

“It seems abundantly clear that Alianza Americas has violated the IRS laws and regulations for failing to report that it engages in lobbying activities as defined by the IRS and failing to file the required Schedule C listing the expenditures for such activities.”

NLPC accused Alianza of scheduling more than 200 “visits to Congress” between 2017 and 2019, in addition to attending Congressional briefings in which they advocated for giving illegal immigrants legal privileges. Nonprofits are allowed to lobby Congress but must disclose the activity in their tax returns.

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