Biden Medal of Freedom Recipient Has History of Involvement with Far-Left Groups
National Council of La Raza (NCLR), now called UnidosUS — where he served as CEO and president for 30 years — received more than $60 million from the federal government — funded by American taxpayers — since 2008. The non-profit has many connections to far-left organizations and even a school founded on a racial-separatist ideology.
In 2002, La Raza partnered with the Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund to prevent stronger Voter ID laws. The Sacramento Bee wrote that the two groups opposed Voter ID laws because “In too many cases, partisan poll workers have demanded identification from people of color – African Americans in the South or Hispanics in Southern California.”
La Raza also reportedly helped fund Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano De Aztlan (MEChA), a “radical” student organization that “recruits and indoctrinates Latino youths into a radical reconquista agenda,” Judicial Watch explained, adding that the group believes that it will “eventually lead to the reclamation of the American southwest for the Mexican people.”
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