Kamala Harris’ link to one crime spree has Americans asking one big question
Since Joe Biden named Kamala Harris as his running mate she has not answered questions from the media one time.
There is a reason for that.
And Kamala Harris’ link to one crime spree has Americans asking one big question.
During the Black Lives Matter riots in Minneapolis, Kamala Harris tweeted out a link to help raise money for the Minnesota Freedom Fund.
The Minnesota Freedom Fund raised money to pay the bail for thugs arrested in the riots.
After Biden selected Harris, that fund attracted new scrutiny and it appears Kamala Harris helped raise money for a group that paid the bail for hardened criminals who went on to commit horrible acts of violence when they were set loose on the streets.
In a bombshell report, the Daily Caller found that the Minnesota Freedom Fund bailed out six men accused of domestic violence after Harris tweeted out a link to raise money for the group.
The Daily Caller exclusively reported:
A bail fund promoted by Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris helped bail out of jail six men accused of domestic violence between June and August, court documents obtained by the Daily Caller News Foundation show.
Two of the men face felony charges for allegedly strangling women in their own homes, and another stands accused of beating his girlfriend upwards of six times with a closed fist, records show. All but one of the individuals had been convicted of prior domestic violence-related charges when the Minnesota Freedom Fund (MFF) helped bail them out of jail, according to court records.
It was previously revealed that one of the rioters the Minnesota Freedom Fund bailed out now faces up to 30 years in prison for sexually assaulting an eight-year-old.
Joe Biden has tried to reassure the American people that he will stand for law and order because he doesn’t have a soft spot for rioters.
But Biden selecting Kamala Harris as his running mate as she supported a group bailing violent rioters out of jail and then refusing to condemn it undercuts that message.