Paul Sperry has a good column in the NY Post, where he centers on three groups that are working to derail the agenda of President Donald Trump. From health care to tax reform, these groups got their funding under the Obama administration through the lawsuits filed after the home mortgage meltdown. The crackdown on illegal immigration is also another area that’s subject to pushback. The three groups are The National Council of La Raza, the National Urban League, and the National Community Reinvestment Coalition. Some $640 million were directed into what some have called a “slush fund” from the big banks to outside groups. Fox News reported in June that this practice was stopped by the Justice Department in June...
And this is how those three groups spent the money they received:
The Hispanic-rights group [La Raza] strenuously protested the Republican-led “skinny” repeal of the Affordable Care Act after receiving at least $1.5 million from the Obama regime’s bank settlement funds, congressional researchers say.
The notoriously radical organization, which advocates on behalf of illegal immigrants, argued the Trump proposal would have a “harmful impact” on the Hispanic community, including stripping potentially “8 million Latinos” of medical coverage.
Source: Town Hall