In a move that could have come straight from the Clinton Foundation playbook, Islamic activist Linda Sarsour is directing Hurricane Harvey donations to a liberal political action committee — instead of to the actual victims.
As far too many people in Texas struggle to come to grips with having lost everything, the Democratic Party poster girl and her cronies saw opportunity.
— Chet Cannon (@Chet_Cannon) August 30, 2017
“Donate to the #Harvey Hurricane Relief Fund,” Sarsour tweeted on Tuesday, including a link to a Democratic GOTV operation.
The link leads to a donation form for the Texas Organizing Project, a group that organizes protests around various issues relating to social justice.
“Together we will organize and advocate for our devastated communities, shining a spotlight on inequalities that emerge in the restoration of lives, livelihoods, and homes, amplifying the needs of hard-hit communities, and providing legal assistance for residents wrongfully denied government support,” the website reads.
Nowhere in the donation form does it mention a single penny going to the victims of this horrific natural disaster. This is likely because the Texas Organizing Project is not a relief organization, but a political action committee that focuses on Democratic Party voter drives and cheesy protests.
— EducatédHillbilly™ (@RobProvince) August 30, 2017
During the election season, the organization heavily campaigned for Hillary Clinton and offered rides to the polls for people of color.
“Help us get more voters of color to the polls by volunteering with us on Election Day!” their request for volunteers read.
Sarsour’s move immediately drew comparisons to what the Clinton Foundation did in Haiti, lining Bill and Hillary’s pockets under the guise of “disaster relief” following their devastating earthquake. The organization took in billions in charity for disaster relief to help the Haitians, but eventually, people in the nation began to notice that the companies receiving contracts to rebuild were companies that made large donations to the foundation.
“The Haitian contracts appeared less tailored to the needs of Haiti than to the needs of the companies that were performing the services. In sum, Haitian deals appeared to be a quid pro quo for filling the coffers of the Clintons,” Dinesh D’Souza wrote in his book, Hillary’s America: The Secret History of the Democratic Party.
It seems the next wave of Democratic Party leaders and activists are following the Clintons’ lead.
Voicemail messages left for the director of the PAC were not returned by time of publishing.