Globalist Koch Network Joins Obama, Bush, And Clinton to Resettle Afghans Across U.S.
There is a war for the soul of the United States Of America.
Unfortunately for those who are on the side of law and order, borders, and traditional America, they are losing to those working together to deconstruct the American free enterprise system.
A perfect example can be found in a network of billionaires and other globalists who have partnered together. In line with the Great Reset, they use their massive wealth and influence to promote open borders, social justice, and the unrealistic goal of global equity.
The Koch network, funded by the billionaire Koch brothers, has joined President Joe Biden and former President Barack Obama, George W. Bush, and Bill Clinton in their efforts to resettle Afghans across the United States.
The Koch network’s Stand Together organization, billionaire Howard Schultz’s Starbucks Foundation, and the Schultz Family Foundation provide funding to local non-governmental organizations (NGOs) who commit to helping resettle Afghans in their communities.
The Koch network and Schultz will give $1 million worth of grants, each up to $45,000, to local NGOs in up to 40 American communities who commit to aiding Afghans with their resettlement.
The Koch network initiative will be backed by Obama, Bush, and Clinton’s Welcome.US which they created, along with former First Ladies Michelle Obama, Laura Bush, and Hillary Clinton, to resettle Afghans across the U.S. and funnel them into jobs.
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