Democrat Fundraising Platform Processing Donations For Illegal Alien Bail Fund

One of the Democrat Party’s top fundraising platforms has been processing donations for a fund solely focused on bailing out Black illegal aliens.

ActBlue, a Democrat fundraising platform, has reportedly been processing donations for the Black Immigrants Bail Fund — a project of the Haitian Bridge Alliance and the African Bureau for Immigration and Social Affairs.

According to the donation page, these groups provide “free assistance and relief to black immigrants in pursuit of Liberation and Justice,” and their goal is to end the supposed “mass incarceration of black immigrants and level the playing field of equity in due process; transforming one life at a time.”

The website for the Black Immigrants Bail Fund claims that it is currently trying to “liberate” 111 so-called “asylum seekers from Mauritania,” a country located in northwest Africa.

“We are not stopping until EVERY Black Immigrant in ICE detention is FREE. We will not let any Black immigrant’s freedom to hinge on their wealth because we believe Black Lives Matter no matter where they were born,” the donation page also claims.

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) allows immigration judges to give illegal aliens the ability to bond out of detention after assessing the potential risks these illegals pose to the public and whether they are a flight risk.

ActBlue — a fundraising platform used by Democrat candidates, political organizations and nonprofits — claims to have received billions of dollars in donations from millions of people since the platform was founded in 2004.

The platform has been the subject of scrutiny recently, as an exposé from O’Keefe Media Group uncovered fraudulent donations being made in the names of elderly Americans across the U.S. — including hundreds of thousands of dollars donated in these individuals’ names without their knowledge.

Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) has since demanded the Federal Election Commission (FEC) initiate an investigation into ActBlue over these fraudulent donations.

“Two weeks ago, alarming reports emerged of fraudulent donations being reported to the FEC by ActBlue,” Rubio wrote in a letter to the FEC chair. “These reports indicate that numerous individuals, including senior citizens, have purportedly donated to ActBlue thousands of times a year. However, according to recent investigative reports, many of these individuals had no idea that their names and addresses were being used to give thousands of dollars in political donations, with most of these ‘donations’ going to ActBlue.”