El Paso, Heart of TX Sanctuary City Strife, Issues Emergency Order to Fund NGOs

In a recent El Paso city council meeting held Wednesday, a crucial ordinance to bolster support for non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and humanitarian groups took center stage.

This decision to fund NGOs on Wednesday came after their Monday work session, where they discussed the lawsuit filed by the Texas Attorney General against Annunciation House, a local non-profit aiding migrants. The lawsuit alleges various legal violations, including facilitating illegal entry, harboring aliens, and human smuggling.

The council agenda included deliberation on how the city can safeguard the network of NGOs supporting migrant response, blaming “MAGA” for trying to stop the illegal invasion.


Annunciation House had been under investigation since February 7, and a temporary restraining order was issued after they failed to comply with document requests. The Attorney General’s office has countered with a claim seeking to overturn the restraining order, accusing the Annunciation House of violating state law by withholding records and advocating for its shutdown.

The move to fund NGOs also coincides with calls from Steve Bannon’s WarRoom to pressure Congress members who are voting on a Federal Budget into defunding NGOs, citing their role in funding the “border invasion.”

The debate surrounding the El Paso extension of this NGO ordinance was marked by controversy, with newly elected city representative Josh Acevedo dissenting from the majority. His opposition has sparked discussions concerning the future of aid programs within the city, particularly in light of concerns over funding allocation for individuals categorized as illegal aliens who have arrived in El Paso.

Implemented initially to enhance assistance for NGOs and humanitarian endeavors, the ordinance faced imminent expiration before the council. Its extension required a unanimous vote, a mandate set forth by the city.

Despite majority support for extending the ordinance, Acevedo’s dissent reverberated throughout the council chamber, reflecting varying perspectives on its necessity and efficacy.

Now approved for extension, the city attorney’s office is tasked with drafting a local disaster declaration. Pending approval by the Democrat mayor, this declaration will authorize the formal implementation of emergency plans, facilitation of federal assistance requests, and activation of local emergency protocols.

This decision to extend the ordinance on Wednesday comes amidst a critical period marked by diverse challenges, including natural disasters, economic instability, and public health crises.

NGOs and humanitarian groups play a pivotal role in offering essential services and support to populations, including those categorized as illegal immigrants.

In 2017, with the same Democrat, Mayor Oscar Leeser, El Paso County initiated legal action against the state of Texas over anti-sanctuary city law, Senate Bill 4.

Joined by Sheriff Richard Wiles, at the time, and the Texas Organizing Project Education Fund, the county asserted that the law infringed upon constitutional rights and undermined public safety.

So the irony is that they created a giant mess for themselves and now want the Federal government to pay NGOs to save them.

The lawsuit challenged SB 4’s promotion of racial profiling and its adverse impact on immigrant communities. Under the new Biden laws of Equity, El Paso said that the bill reflected a broader trend of resistance against anti-immigrant legislation and underscored the importance of defending the civil liberties of illegals at the local level.

As legal battles unfold, the outcomes will significantly affect immigration enforcement policies and civil rights protections.

Americans need to understand the idea of Civil Rights for illegals is dictated to the United States by the United Nations because Joe Biden agreed to participate in a migration program.

Consider this:

According to the United Nations Global Compact for Migration, Illegals have rights in nations who are participants:

“The right to a nationality is a fundamental human right. It implies the right of each individual to acquire, change and retain a nationality. International law provides that the right of States to decide who their nationals are is not absolute and, in particular, States must comply with their human rights obligations concerning the granting and loss of nationality.

If a person does not have a nationality, it may be impossible for them to go to school, see a doctor, get a job, open a bank account, or even get married. Millions of people around the world are in this situation; they are ‘stateless’.

A stateless person is ‘a person who is not considered as a national by any State under the operation of its law.’ The exact number of stateless people is not known, but the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) estimates that there are at least 12 million globally.

In addition to violations of their right to nationality, stateless persons are often subject to many other human rights violations. They may have difficulty accessing basic rights such as education, healthcare, employment and freedom of movement.

States shall introduce safeguards to prevent statelessness by granting their nationality to persons who would otherwise be stateless and are either born in their territory or are born abroad to one of their nationals. States shall also prevent statelessness upon loss or deprivation of nationality.”

Does that sound like a usurpation- it should.

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