Minnesota Freedom Fund

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Sen. Kamala Harris solicited money for the MFF to bail out the terrorists who burnt down the Minneapolis Police Station.

The Minnesota Freedom Fund is a far-left bail fund for violent criminals in Minneapolis that was active amidst the DFL riots following the death of George Floyd. The group has been backed by staffers for the left-wing, cognitively dysfunctional Joe Biden[1] as well as his running mate Kamala Harris.[2]

The group has bailed out multiple violent criminals.[3][4][5] According to MFF they discriminate on the basis of race.[6]

According to The New York Times, the importance of bail funds became clear to Black Lives Matter activists reaching back to the Ferguson riots. During the George Floyd riots more than 360 people were arrested. The group raised $20 million in the first four days,[7] and $30 million over all. MFF spent only $200,00 to bail out rioters. Donors began asking or their money back. It is illegal for a non-profit to raise to solicit funds for one purpose and divert the money into other projects, which the MFF publicly stated it intended to do.

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