Kamala Harris is haunted by one slush fund scandal from her past

The first rule of being a Vice Presidential running mate is “do no harm.”

Joe Biden badly misjudged his Vice Presidential selection.

And that’s because Kamala Harris is haunted by one slush fund scandal from her past.

In early June – when Kamala Harris was still the junior Senator from California – she tweeted out her support to raise money for the Minnesota Freedom Fund.

The Minnesota Freedom Fund raised money to bail out rioters arrested in insurrection on the streets of Minneapolis following George Floyd’s death.

But the Minneapolis Freedom Fund did not care who they bailed out.

And Kamala Harris ended up raising money for a group that bailed a man out of jail who stands accused of sexually assaulting an 8-year-old girl.

The Daily Caller reported:

A bail fund promoted by Sen. Kamala Harris helped a man accused of sexually assaulting an eight-year-old girl get out of jail in July, according to court documents obtained by the Daily Caller News Foundation.

The Minnesota Freedom Fund (MFF) also helped post bail in August for a man accused of assaulting a 71-year-old woman as he burglarized her home, court documents show. One week after his release the man was found to be in violation of his bail. The Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office told the DCNF on Wednesday there is still an active felony warrant out for that man’s arrest.

Court documents reviewed by the DCNF reveal that the bail fund also provided support in June to a man who allegedly stomped on and robbed a victim on the streets of Minneapolis on May 25, the same day George Floyd died while in police custody.

Because the Fake News Media is fully invested in Joe Biden winning the election, no reporter will ask Kamala Harris or Joe Biden about Harris’ support for a group that bailed sexual predators out of jail.

The fake news may try to shield Harris from these questions but there is no doubt Vice President Pence will hit her with this brutal truth when they debate.

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