Ride share company Lyft has partnered with a non-profit, anti-Trump activist group to offer “underserved” voters free rides to the polls on election day.
According to a press release issued by Lyft last Thursday, the company says it has teamed up with Voto Latino to get “underserved communities” to the polls.
“For underserved communities, we’ll provide rides free of cost through nonpartisan, nonprofit partners, including Voto Latino, local Urban League affiliates, and the National Federation of the Blind,” the company stated.
The non-profit 501(c)3 organization has opposed the president’s agenda on nearly every issue related to immigration.
According to figures available at OpenSecrets.org, Voto Latino has spent over $1.3 million opposing President Trump as of December 2017.
Voto Latino has embraced calls to “Abolish ICE,” the federal agency tasked with deporting illegal immigrants who violated US immigration laws.
The group has also opposed President Trump’s proposed wall on the southern border, which they’ve called “wasteful, harmful, and irresponsible.”
The group’s president, Maria Teresa Kumar, also an MSNBC contributor, frequently pushes anti-Trump content on her Twitter feed.
And “Unsurprisingly, the group has worked on behalf of sanctuary cities across the country,” notes Big League Politics’ Peter D’Abrosca.
Lyft did not respond to Infowars’ request for comment at time of publication.
H/T: Peter D’Abrosca