I wrote about the huge Family Endeavor contract for illegal aliens when it was first awarded, but this is a whole new twist on the story.
But it’s a familiar D.C. twist.
A Texas nonprofit that recently hired a Biden transition official got a contract worth as much as $530 million to help manage the influx of migrant children at the southern border, Axios has learned.
Between the lines: Family Endeavors won the contract just months after it hired Andrew Lorenzen-Strait as its senior director for migrant services and federal affairs.
Lorenzen-Strait, a former official at U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, previously advised the Biden-Harris transition team on Department of Homeland Security policy and staffing matters.
This is a big step up considering that…
Family Endeavors’ most recent publicly available annual tax filing, covering calendar year 2018, showed its annual budget for the year was just $43 million.
While the Biden open borders surge of illegal aliens is obviously about political demographic change, Democrats usually find ways to cash in on the crises that they create in more direct ways.