DOJ Gave $500,000 Grant To ‘Hookers for Jesus’ For Alleged Anti-Human Trafficking Efforts, Whistleblowers Reveal

The DOJ is being scrutinized over grants that were handed out this past year with the top two charities being denied, and two lower-rated charities with no experience received a total of about 1.1 million dollars to be distributed over the next three years.

The grants went to  “Hookers for Jesus” and the Lincoln Tubman Foundation.

Hookers for Jesus was given $530,190, and Lincoln Tubman Foundation was given $549,355 in grant money over three years.

The charities that were top-rated but denied funds were the Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Palm Beach and Chicano Por La Causa of Phoenix. Both had been recommended charities before the Deep State moved in and accused the DOJ of awarding the grants based on politics,

Hookers for Jesus has established a one year shelter for women who were the victims of sex trafficking.

The women get one year to establish themselves, and then they must move on to make room for others.

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