Grassroots activists must dig into information on non-profits in your cities

Just now I posted a story at RRW which relates to what I’ve been talking about here for Election 2016 (Know the enemy).  When you see a non-profit, especially a so-called ethnic community group mentioned in your town, go to work finding out everything you can about them.

Remember ACORN and Obama. The Left has now spawned hundreds, maybe thousands of mini-ACORNs often built around so-called ‘ethnic self-help groups.’ Photo:

They are largely funded by Leftwing foundations and organizations (and even government grants!) and act like mini-ACORNs in that they help THEIR people get signed up for welfare goodies and gather grant money to advance THEIR ethnic group.  Then in election years they are busy, busy, busy registering voters.

There is no information (that I found) that the Minnesota organization I discuss is registering voters, nevertheless, it is important that you investigate any “non-profit” organizations working in your towns and find out everything you can about them.  Here is what I said about the Somali group in Minnesota:

You may not find anything fishy, but you are entitled to financial information from “non-profit” organizations.

Write a letter to the United Way of Steele County, other non-profits donating to SACSO, and especially write to Ibrahim Hussein and ask for SACSO’s incorporation papers, its 501(c)3 Determination Letter from the IRS and its financial reports for the last few years (including IRS Form 990s).

This is the sort of thing citizen activists should be doing wherever you live!

And, then don’t keep what you learn to yourselves!  That would be a waste of your time!