President Joe Biden and his Secretary of State, Antony Blinken, could be in trouble after a lawsuit accused them of supporting terror organizations with U.S. taxpayers’ money.

The lawsuit initially accused Biden and Blinken of violating the Taylor Force Act, but the plaintiffs recently amended the complaint to include information alleging that both men knew they were supporting Palestinian terrorists with U.S. taxpayer dollars.

“The Defendants have had actual knowledge that American taxpayer-funded assistance to Gaza and the West Bank, including Economic Support Fund awards and United Nations Relief Works Agency contributions, including assistance funneled through nongovernmental organizations, was being diverted to or used for the benefit of Hamas and other terrorists,” America First, who filed the complaint, alleged. “Responding to the Biden Administration’s October 18, 2023, announcement of $100 million in American taxpayer aid for Palestinians in Gaza and the West Bank, the USAID Office of Inspector General, Office of Investigations, issued a situational alert stating that ‘The USAID Office of Inspector General (USAID OIG) has identified this area as high-risk for potential.’”

According to The Daily Wire, the Taylor Force Act prohibits the executive branch of the U.S. government from using taxpayer funds to benefit the Palestinian Authority from using taxpayer funds to benefit the Palestinian Authorities unless the PA ends its “pay-to-slay” program and ends acts of violence against Israeli citizens. The “pay-to-slay” program pays salaries to Palestinian terrorists who attack Israeli and American citizens.

The Taylor Force Act was enacted in 2018 following the 2016 death of Talor Force. Force was a West Point graduate who served in the U.S. Army in Iraq and Afghanistan. A Palestinian terrorist murdered him on March 8, 2016, in Jaffa, Israel.

“The amended complaint alleges that the Biden Administration illegally reversed the Trump Administration’s ban on Palestinian funding, spending approximately $500 million U.S. tax dollars for ‘Economic Support Funds’ in Gaza and in Judea and Samaria (the ‘West Bank’), and another $1 billion for the United Nations Relief Works Agency (UNRWA) to directly benefit the Palestinian Authority (PA),” the group wrote in the updated complaint. “It further alleges that the Biden Administration knowingly subsidized the PA’s ‘pay-to-slay’ bounty system, the expansion of Hamas’s military capabilities in Gaza, and UNRWA’s material support for Palestinian terrorism.”

Earlier this year, the defendants had tried to get the case dismissed. Their request was rejected on Feb. 2, 2024.