GOP’s Gooden Introduces Bill To Cut Funding For UN Agencies That Subsidize The Great Replacement
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GOP Rep. Lance Gooden of Texas has introduced the “No Tax Dollars for the United Nation’s Immigration Invasion Act” to stop American taxpayers from subsidizing, through the communist -founded United Nations, the invasion at the southwest border [Defund the UN Movement Rears Up Again in the Republican-Controlled House, by Todd Bensman, Center for Immigration Studies, January 26, 2023].

As Bensman reported in early January, Americans — mostly Historic Americans — are paying for their own dispossession and replacement. The U.N is using their money to help millions of penniless Third World illiterates invade the United States [United Nations to Hand Out Hundreds of Millions in Cash to U.S.-Bound Immigrants in 2023, January 9, 2023].

This year, the subversion program will cost $450 million, $149.5 million of it on debit cards.

Gooden and 21 cosponsors, none of whom are Democrats, of course, are behind this simple bill:

Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Federal Government may not make a contribution to the United Nations International Organization for Migration (IOM), the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), or the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA).

It won’t pass the U.S. Senate, and even if it did, a veto from Traitor Joe Brandon is certain.

Still, like impeaching Biden for willfully aiding and abetting the invasion, putting it on the record is politically valuable. As well, should the GOP take the Senate in 2024, at least the idea will have been introduced and discussed. GOP senators such as Missouri’s Josh Hawley or Wisconsin’s Ron Johnson might run with it.

As Bensman wrote, this and similar bills “indicate that House Republicans plan to elevate the UN funding issue to a place of higher public visibility that likely will include investigations and hearings drawing broader attention to it.”

For the record, Soviet agent Alger Hiss was secretary general of the globalist conference in San Francisco in 1945 that gave birth to the U.N.

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