The nonprofit group founded by Hillary Clinton in 2017 has funneled $75,000 to a far-left “defund the police” group linked to the failed effort to dismantle the Minneapolis Police Department.
According to its latest tax filing, Hillary’s “Onward Together” which she launched in 2017 as part of the “resistance” to former President Trump, provided the $75,000 grant to the Washington DC-based group the Alliance for Youth Action sometime between April 1, 2020, and March 31, 2021.
The Alliance for Youth Action promotes the bogus claim that the modern American policing system stems from “slave patrols” and still targets and murders black people. The group believes that defunding the police is the first step to abolishing the police entirely. The group was affiliated with left-wing groups in Minnesota who were advocating for dismantling the Minneapolis Police Department in the wake of the in-custody death of George Floyd.
The coalition of groups, also heavily bankrolled by George Soros’ Open Society Policy Center, successfully placed a charter amendment to dismantle the Minneapolis police on the November ballot, however, the ballot measure failed.
According to “Onward Together’s” tax forms, donations to Hillary’s “Resistance” nonprofit have plummeted by 50 percent since its first year. In the 2017 fiscal year, the group brought in $3.1 million in donations. But by 2020, its donations had fallen to just $1.6 million.
During the 2020 fiscal year, Hillary’s nonprofit only disbursed $675,000 to just nine other far-left organizations. Nearly half of that, $325,000, went to “voting rights” and infrastructure support at the North Fund, a nonprofit incubator connected to the dark money network Arabella Advisors, another group heavily funded by George Soros.
Hillary’s “Onward Together” also provided grants to the Latino Victory Fund, Kind Inc., iVote Inc., Dream Big Nevada, Living United for Change in Arizona, Higher Heights Political Fund, and the Independent Media Institute.