Who is using who?
Alianza Americas, an organization backed by George Soros, and illegal immigrants identified as “Doe” flown to Martha’s Vineyard filed a class action lawsuit against the state of Florida, Gov. Ron DeSantis, the Florida Department of Transportation, and Transportation Secretary Jared W. Perdue along with “DOES #1-5.”
The organization behind this preposterous lawsuit, Alianza Americas, received 1/3rd of its 2020 operating budget from George Soros's Open Societies Foundation.
— Parker Thayer (@ParkerThayer) September 20, 2022
The suit claims their “inhumane and morally repugnant conduct (i) violated protections afforded to the Plaintiffs by the United States Constitution, (ii) violated federal statutes including 42 U.S.C. § 1983 and 42 U.S.C. 1985(3), and (iii) was tortious, entitling Plaintiffs and other class members to monetary, injunctive, and other relief as set forth herein.”
The three illegal immigrants are only identified as Yanet Doe, Pablo Doe, and Jesus Doe. All three are from Venezuela.
The lawsuit lists five unnamed defendants. It accuses the “Does” of targeting the illegal immigrants and enticing “them onto the flights to Martha’s Vineyard.”
The plaintiffs poured enough sugary syrup into the class action lawsuit to pull at the heartstrings. It sounds like Alianza Americas is using the plaintiffs for its own agenda.
The lawsuit starts off using every negative adjective to describe the horrid situation in Venezuela (we all know it’s beyond awful there) and everything the illegal immigrants had to endure in the country and on their journey:
Plaintiffs have led lives inflicted by violence, instability, insecurity, and abuse of trust by corrupt government officials that most Americans could hardly conceive of. They fled to the United States in a desperate attempt to protect themselves and their families from gang, police, and state-sponsored violence and the oppression of political dissent. To put it simply, Plaintiffs, and the class of similarly situated individuals they seek to represent, are vulnerable in a way and to an extent that almost defies verbal description. They are as deserving of dignity and empathy as anyone among us.
It accuses the defendants of “identifying and targeting class members by trolling streets outside of a migrant shelter in Texas and other similar locales, pretending to be good Samaritans offering humanitarian assistance.”
Supposedly the defendants took advantage of the plaintiffs “by exploiting their most basic needs”:
Under the auspices of acting out of the goodness of their hearts, the Doe Defendants made false promises and false representations that if the individual Plaintiffs and other class members were willing to board airplanes to other states, they would receive employment, housing, educational opportunities, and other like assistance at their arrival.
The behavior of the defendants, according to Alianza Americas, inflicted “cruelty” on the plaintiffs “akin to what they fled in their home country.” They “manipulated them, stripped them of their dignity, deprived them of their liberty, bodily autonomy, due process, and equal protection under law, and impermissibly interfered with the Federal Government’s exclusive control over immigration in furtherance of an unlawful goal and a personal political agenda.”
Holy Hyperbole. Yes, being transported to the liberal heaven known as Martha’s Vineyard is precisely like what the socialist regime in Venezuela inflicts on its citizens every day.
Who to believe? I’ve seen reports of other illegal immigrants saying they knew exactly what was happening and willingly traveled to Martha’s Vineyard. Some who went to Chicago, NYC, and DC said the same thing.
An overall horrible situation made worse with lies from the Biden administration about being able to walk freely across the border without questions. Then we have this Soros-backed organization trying to drown out every reasonable voice with its hyperbole.
Also, if you made yourself a sanctuary state or city, maybe you should be ready for an influx of illegal immigrants. Just saying.DONATE
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