Last Updated on March 25, 2020
The far-left organisation, the ADL, has called on Congress to give them and other “charities” billions in emergency coronavirus funding.
Congress is currently negotiating a bailout for the American people to help them through the coronavirus crisis, and the ADL, the far-left “anti-hate” organisation who spend their time attacking conservatives, wants a slice of that.
“In times of crisis, nonprofits are on the front lines, ready to respond and serve communities across the nation, but funds are needed to continue doing so,” the ADL tweeted. “Join us in calling on Congress to include #Relief4Charities in any #COVID19 relief legislation.”
In times of crisis, nonprofits are on the front lines, ready to respond and serve communities across the nation– but funds are needed to continue doing so. Join us in calling on Congress to include #Relief4Charities in any #COVID19 relief legislation. https://t.co/boy03YhofL
— ADL (@ADL) March 22, 2020
The link goes to a website where the ADL begs the reader to tell their representatives to help out the poor, starving “national non-profits,” including themselves:
ADL has added its voice to a letter signed by a coalition of over 200 national non-profits urging legislators to include $60 billion in emergency stimulus funding to support our work and our employees, and keep 12 million people employed across the country. This federal relief is critical to ensuring that non-profit organizations continue our work during this time of crisis and need. Please call or Tweet at your Congressional representatives TODAY urging them to stand with America’s nonprofits by distributing this vital financial relief.
For those of you who don’t have a calculator, if you divide $600 billion by 200, you get $300 million, which is how many tax dollars the ADL wants to take for itself. Other supposed “charities” on the list include Susan G. Komen, the cancer charity that has been accused of spending most of its money on corporate events rather than research, along with other social justice groups.
The ADL wants to spend your money not on helping out American citizens, but on attacking Republican senators, labelling innocuous hand signs as hate symbols, and helping big tech censor conservatives from their platforms.
The bank account of the ADL seems to be pretty healthy at the current time, with around $92 million in net assets declared in their latest financial report, having received around $65 million in donations during the 2017-8 time period.