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06/07/2019 / By News Editors
Open borders advocates are panicking after the arrest of Irieno Mujihca, the leader of Pueblo Sin Fronteras, a pro-open borders group funded by globalist financier George Soros that has worked to undermine United States immigration policy and sponsor Central American caravans.
(Article by Tom Pappert republished from BigLeaguePolitics.com)
Michelle Malkin wrote on Twitter that “Open Borders Inc. enablers,” are in a state of “panic over reported arrest of Pueblo Sin Fronteras leader Irieno Mujihca”, and another open borders advocate.
Malkin quoted Ruben Figueroa, who considers himself a “Defender of Human Rights of Migrants”. Figueroa wrote a panic-stricken tweet, translated from Spanish, #ALERT: The arrest of human rights defenders [who are] pro-migrants, Irineo Mujica and Cristóbal Sánchez, is confirmed.”
Open Borders Inc. enablers in a panic over reported arrest of Pueblo Sin Fronteras leader Irieno Mujihca and Migrant Culture Collective's Cristóbal Sánchez. https://t.co/szz1J14wUG
— Michelle Malkin (@michellemalkin) June 5, 2019
Open borders zealots have good reason to be concerned. Big League Politics has reported extensively on Pueblo Sin Fronteras, which translates to People Without Borders, and their connections with the globalist banking system and Soros.
In January, Pueblo Sin Fronteras was instrumental in organizing the Honduran migrant caravan that attempted to illegally cross into the United States. They did so with the help of Soros’s seemingly bottomless checkbook.
George Soros’ money pays a parent group of Pueblo Sin Fronteras, the official organizer of the illegal immigrant Caravan headed to the U.S.-Mexico border. Soros also funds a Pueblo Sin Fronteras spokeswoman’s employer, according to records obtained by Big League Politics courtesy of independent researcher Brian Humphrey.
The group Centro Sin Fronteras, a parent group to caravan organizer Pueblo Sin Fronteras, is reportedly a “mainstay” of the caravan effort. The Centro has received funding from the George Soros-financed National Immigration Forum.
A Pueblo Sin Fronteras spokeswoman and organizer, Viridiana Vidal, is the Nevada state director for America’s Voice, which has been paid consulting fees by the George Soros-funded Immigrant Voters Win PAC. That Soros-funded PAC also pays salaries for America’s Voice’s top executives.
Pueblo Sin Fronteras, despite being an organization that flagrantly and obnoxiously flaunts United States laws, is also allowed to raise money using PayPal.
While there is no surefire way to track the exact funding of the group, it clearly has support with at least good media coverage from media outlets with ties to George Soros. But it is clear who is facilitating the transactions from supporters, and that is PayPal.
Big League Politics informed PayPal about the group hosting a link to a PayPal account accepting donations to support the caravans.
After a series of private messages, and a promised email response that never came, the PayPal account of the group appears to be up and active. Not only that, they created another account for the express written purpose of supporting the caravans.
It should be noted that while PayPal allows Pueblo Sin Fronteras to raise money despite its obvious intent to break PayPal’s rules, specifically that users may not use the service to “violate any law, statute, ordinance or regulation,” PayPal banned Big League Politics reporter Luke Rohlfing from using its service for unknown reasons.
The arrest of Mujica suggests the Trump administration is growing increasingly serious about cracking down on those who sponsor mass illegal immigration.
Read more at: BigLeaguePolitics.com
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