Mayorkas-Linked NGO Caught Distributing Fliers to Illegal Aliens Directing Them to Vote For Joe Biden

A non-governmental organization (NGO) tied to U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas has been caught distributing fliers to illegal aliens urging them to vote for Joe Biden.

The shocking fliers, posted on the walls of portable toilets and handed out to migrants at the Resource Center Matamoros (RCM) in Matamoros, Mexico, were discovered by independent journalist Muckraker, and shared with the Heritage Foundation’s Oversight Project.

Translated from Spanish, the fliers read: “Reminder to vote for President Biden when you are in the United States. We need another four years of his term to stay open.”

The city of Matamoros is located in the Mexican state of Tamaulipas and borders Brownsville, Texas.

RCM’s six-unit office complex in Matamoros is “the home for HIAS, which is providing legal assistance and assistance with obtaining formal documents for job search and integration into the city of Matamoros as they wait to access the asylum process in the U.S,” the Daily Signal reported.

RCM founder and executive director Gaby Zavala was previously an organizer for La Union del Pueblo Entero (LUPE), which is reportedly a partner of George Soros’ Open Society Institute.

Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, who recently was impeached by the House for not enforcing border laws, is a former board member of the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society (HIAS), which has reportedly received numerous grants from the Open Society Foundation over the years.

RCM also has deep ties to Soros-funded non-profits operating in the United States, according to the Daily Signal, “including Save the Children, Team Brownsville Texas, and Angry Tias and Abuelas.”

Soros’ Open Society Foundation has reportedly donated over $650,000 to Save the Children, which, in turn, has provided grants to Team Brownsville.

The website of Resource Center Matamoras says its founder and executive director, Gaby Zavala, partnered with Mike Benavides of the community organization Team Brownsville in November 2023 to brief members of Congress about the humanitarian crisis at the Mexico-Texas border.

Zavala previously was an organizer for La Union del Pueblo Entero, or LUPE, a group founded by the late labor leader Cesar Chavez, who was an opponent of illegal immigration. LUPE is listed among partners of the George Soros-backed Open Society Institute.

According to documents obtained by Judicial Watch, Mayorkas secretly met with some of these Soros-funded open border groups during a trip to the border in August of 2021, including Team Brownsville and Angry Tias and Abuela.

RCM is allegedly “sponsored by Asylum Seeker Network of Support (ASNS),” which had it’s 501c3 status forfeited by Texas in 2022.

Flyers like the ones seen in Matamoras may explain why some migrants are under the impression that they can vote in U.S. elections.

As American Greatness reported in February, a group of illegal immigrants in Denver, Colorado nonchalantly indicated on camera that they believed that they would be allowed to vote for Biden in the 2024 election.

Billionaire X owner Elon Musk has warned repeatedly that Democrats have been encouraging illegal immigration as part of a plan to gain a “permanent majority.”

Back in February,  Musk accused the Biden regime importing millions of migrants because it wants create new Democratic voters before Election Day.

“Homeland Security Secretary [Alejandro] Mayorkas issued written guidance making it clear that: Illegal presence alone is not grounds for deportation,” the tech tycoon wrote on X.

“Criminal charges, convictions or gang membership alone are not enough for deportation,” he said. “You basically have to be a convicted axe murderer to be deported!

“That’s because every deportation is a lost vote,” Musk added. “They are importing as many votes as possible before the elections.”

A recent Rasmussen Reports national survey found that 78 percent of likely U.S. voters believe it is important to prevent illegal immigrants from voting in American elections, including 62 percent who said it is “very Important.” Just 17 percent disagreed.

Rep. Marjorie-Taylor Greene took the opportunity Tuesday to lambaste Mayokas during a House Homeland Security Committee hearing on Joe Biden’s 2025 budget, citing the Oversight Project’s disturbing report.

“The open border is the number one issue across America in poll after poll and that is exactly why this committee impeached you,” she began.

“You worked as a board member of an NGO that is working in conjunction with other NGOs which are not only financing the invasion of the country, but are also telling illegal aliens to vote in the United States elections,” MTG continued. “They are telling illegal aliens—noncitizens!—to come vote for Joe Biden. That’s your boss.”

The Georgia congresswoman accused Mayorkas of facilitating the NGOs plan steal the upcoming U.S. elections through the DHS budget.

“This is corruption at the deepest level. As a matter of fact, I would call it treason,” she declared.


“Beginning on January 20, 2021, the Biden Administration has prioritized the welfare of illegal aliens over the security of the southwest border and the safety of American citizens,” the report begins.

Since President Biden took office, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has encountered more than 7.6 million illegal aliens along the southwest border.

Under the Biden Administration, there have been 38 straight months with more than 100,000 southwest border illegal alien encounters. Meanwhile, since January 20, 2021, more than 1.8 million known illegal alien “gotaways” have evaded Border Patrol and escaped into the United States.

In addition, the Biden Administration has released nearly 4.7 million illegal aliens into American communities.

As MTG bluntly put it, illegal aliens “have declared war on our citizens by raping our women, our children, and murdering people.”

Federal law bans non-U.S. citizens from voting in federal elections, but currently, 27 states and Washington DC don’t require photo ID to vote. Eleven of the 27 states do require ID, just not a Photo ID.

U.S. House Speaker Mike Johnson and former president Donald Trump met last Friday in Palm Beach, Florida, to promote a bill designed to stop noncitizens from voting. The bill would require proof of citizenship to vote in federal elections.

The two leaders agreed that strict voting requirements are needed because of the Biden administration’s open border policies.

“Election integrity is tied to (the) border, the lack of border security,” Johnson said.

MTG demanded that proof of citizenship be required to vote in the November elections. “That is something every single member of Congress should care about,” she said.


The House impeachment managers delivered  articles of impeachment for Secretary Mayorkas to the Senate on Tuesday.

Senators were sworn in as jurors on Wednesday, Speaker Johnson said. “If the Senate fails to hold a trial, it is an endorsement of Biden’s border catastrophe.”

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About Debra Heine

Debra Heine is a conservative Catholic mom of six and longtime political pundit. She has written for several conservative news websites over the years, including Breitbart and PJ Media.

Photo: Migrants camp in Matamoros, Tamaulipas State, Mexico, on the border with Brownsville, Texas, US, on February 29, 2024. US President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump both visited the US-Mexico border in Texas today, in Brownsville and Eagle Pass, respectively. (Photo by Abraham Pineda / AFP) (Photo by ABRAHAM PINEDA/AFP via Getty Images)