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Joe Biden’s State Dept. has utilized government funds to finance a pro-LGBT group located in Colombia that advocates for the legalization of prostitution.

According to a Washington Examiner investigation, Fundacion Sentiido, which is a Colombian pro-LGBT organization that focuses on “sexual diversity, gender, and social transformation,” got $16,000 from the State Department.

According to the State Department, the grant is intended to “provide resources, tools, and opportunities to assist the activists and journalists in Colombia and Latin America” in order for them to understand the “use of any gender restrictive narratives and disinformation used against LGBTIQ and women’s rights.”

Colombia is placed 27th on the global crime index, and the US government has previously said that many of the country’s people, especially children, have been sexually exploited.

According to a State Department official, the grant to Sentiido was made “in support of American principles,” and that “U.S. people benefit from a world that is more prosperous and safer for all.”

Fundacion Sentiido fought for “sex worker rights” about a month before the State Department funding was given. The organization’s webinar, “Stand in my corner: sex worker and trans-feminism rights advocacy,” was led by three prostitutes. The group also encouraged individuals to give to “emergency funds” for prostitutes.

The Mexican Sex Worker Alliance established one of the funds sponsored by the group.

Rep. Chip Roy (R-TX), a member of the House Judiciary Committee, warned the Washington Examiner that “fanatical, woke groups like Fundacion Sentiido should not be supported by American government funding.”

“They definitely should not be spending those dollars to encourage prostitution, radical gender indoctrination for kids, and all sorts of depravity abroad,” he went on to argue.

Rep. Ralph Norman, who is a member of the Reform and House Oversight Committee, slammed the State Dept.’s grant, asking, “Why on God’s green Earth are US taxpayers paying the bill for activists in South America to learn about the so-called ‘gender restrictive and disinformation narratives?'”

“If I were Secretary Antony Blinken, we’d be preparing for an Elon Musk-type housecleaning at the State Dept.,” he continued.

Author: Blake Ambrose


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