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Courageous Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton Sues Non-Profit “the Annunciation House” for Human Trafficking and More

Good for Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton.  America is behind him more than he knows.  

The Catholic Church has been taken over by zealots who push illegal immigration and believe that their mission is greater than the law.

Catholic Charity groups have petitioned Congress to allow more illegals entry into the country.  Immigration laws mean nothing to these people.  Rather than change the law these entities want to break it.

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These entities are committing crimes by trafficking human beings across the Southern border.  They have some sort of dimented reality where they believe the American people can pay for this.  This while the Biden deficit increases by $2 trillion every year.

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Of course, many of these groups that claim to be related to Catholics may be related to fascist communists and the World Economic Forum for all we know.

The Hill reports:

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton (R) accused a nongovernmental organization (NGO) of facilitating illegal immigration in a new lawsuit.

Paxton announced Tuesday that his office had sued the Annunciation House — a Catholic NGO that operates “several houses of hospitality” for migrants and refugees in El Paso, Texas; and Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. It describes itself as an “entry point” for many of its guests, which can include those looking for work in the U.S., undocumented families and those who have fled violence in their home countries.

Paxton’s office said it reviewed public record information that suggests the Annunciation House “engaged in legal violations such as facilitating illegal entry to the United States, alien harboring, human smuggling, and operating a stash house.” According to the press release, the office asked the Annunciation House for “certain specified records” to look into possible violations, but the NGO did not hand over any documents.

In response to the office’s document request, the NGO said it asked a court to “decide what documents the law permits the Attorney General to access,” adding there “is nothing illegal about asking a Court to decide people’s rights.”

Paxton’s office has argued it “has complete and unlimited authority to examine business records to ensure that entities operating within the State are doing so lawfully.”

Now, Paxton’s office is seeking to revoke the Annunciation House’s authorization to conduct business in Texas and is asking the district court in El Paso to appoint a receiver who will liquidate their assets.

It’s time to find out if these “charities” are legitimate and if they are acting within the law.  The fact that this entity will not answer simple questions from the Texas AG means they are hiding something.  This is not good. 

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