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REVEALED: Meet One of The Powerful Democrats Behind The Illegal Caravan Lawsuit Against President Trump

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One of the attorneys suing the Trump administration on behalf of the 10,000 plus strong migrant caravan is a board member for a powerful non-profit that donates tens of thousands of dollars to Democrats.

“Ms. [Julie] Oinonen is also on the board for Girls Inc; a national program which helps young girls navigate gender, economic, and social barriers and grow up healthy, educated, and independent,” according to Oinonen’s profile on her law firm’s website.

Oinonen is listed as an attorney for the plaintiffs – twelve Honduran migrants, including six children – who are suing the Trump administration, claiming that their Fifth Amendment right to due process is being denied if they are turned away at the border. The suit, aside from being frivolous, is a political ploy by Democrats.

Girls Inc. is a large Democrat donor, according to OpenSecrets. Just one of the group’s chapters has donated $50,000 to Democrat candidates and causes over the past 14 years.

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President Donald J. Trump has been saying that big money Democrats are behind the caravan – a claim that has been laughed off by the mainstream press. This is only one tie that the caravan has to the Democrat party.

More are sure to be revealed.

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