How George Soros’ Money and a Muslim Rights Group Undermined Homeland Security

A Muslim legal group, girded with $1.8 million in grant money from George Soros’ Open Society Foundations (OSF), has helped influence major policy changes in the war on terror — including the Department of Homeland Security’s screening of individuals with suspected terror ties, and the FBI’s training program for its agents who work in counterterrorism.

Internal records, made public by the hacking group DC Leaks, show that OSF spent $40 million between 2008 and 2010 on programs aimed at weakening US counterterrorism policy.

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