Fund Still Promoted by Kamala Harris Bailed Out Man Accused of Penetrating 8-Year-Old Child

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Memo to Kamala Harris: Politics is a rough business. If you’re going to actively support a bail fund that helps free a man accused of sexually penetrating an 8-year-old child, and other sordid types, you’re going to be called out — bigly. Particularly if you support said fund to this day. 

Oh, and Kamala? Assuming you don’t condone men sexually assaulting children, how about you climb down from your progressive high horse every once in a while and do a bit of due diligence before you run your mouth about “social justice,” and other such “malarkey,” mmkay?

As reported by Daily Caller, the Minnesota Freedom Fund, actively supported by Harris — in addition to at least 13 Biden campaign staffers — not only bailed out a man accused of sexually assaulting an 8-year-old girl, but also posted bail in August for a man accused of assaulting a 71-year-old woman as he burglarized her home, as well as a man who allegedly stomped on another man’s head and robbed him in the streets of Minneapolis — on the very same day George Floyd died while in police custody. (CNN and MSNBC unavailable for comment.)

As riots raged in the aftermath of Floyd’s death, Harris called on her followers to “chip in now” to the Minnesota Freedom Fund to “help post bail for those protesting on the ground in Minnesota.”

The fundraising page Harris linked to in her tweet, which contains her picture and the slogan of her failed 2020 presidential campaign, was still actively accepting donations as of Thursday.

“Oversight”? Not a chance.

Let’s meet some of the fine, upstanding people Kamala Harris wants you to “chip in” to help spring from jail, shall we?

As reported by Daily Caller:

He ‘put his thing inside me’

Timothy Wayne Columbus, 36, faces up to 30 years in prison for allegedly sexually assaulting an eight-year-old girl in 2015, court records show. He was released from a Minneapolis jail in early July on $75,000 bail, according to jail records.

One day after his release, Columbus signed a document asking the court to return any refunded bail to the MFF, indicating that the fund played a role in securing his release from jail, a court document obtained by the DCNF shows.

Minnesota prosecutors provided graphic details of Columbus’s alleged sexual assault of the eight-year-old girl in her mother’s home, records reviewed by the DCNF show.

“Victim stated ‘Tim’ laid her on the couch and held her down as he unbuckled his pants and pulled down her pants. Victim stated he then ‘put his thing inside me,’” the statement of probable cause read.

“Victim stated ‘Tim’ told her not to tell anyone and continued to penetrate her,” the statement added.

Columbus was considered a friend of the victim’s family but had abruptly stopped visiting the family around the time of the alleged assault, the statement said. The girl did not tell anyone about what happened until years later, according to the statement.

And the guy who brutally assaulted the 71-year-old woman.

MFF-supported defendant violated bail one week after release

Richard Raynell Kelley, 53, faces 20 years in prison on a charge of burglary and 1st-degree assault for allegedly breaking into the home a 71-year-old woman in April in violation of an active order of protection, court records show.

After the woman, who identified herself to police as the alleged assailant’s mother, confronted Kelley about why he was at her home, he allegedly grabbed her shoulders, pulled her down from her stairs and began “punching and kicking her in the ribs, back, and right eye,” according to a statement of probable cause.

Kelley then allegedly taped the woman’s ankles and wrists together at the foot of the stairs and “proceeded to run up and down the stairs multiple times, stepping on Victim each time he passed her,” the statement read.

Next, Kelley allegedly told the woman he was going to kill her, but instead, he proceeded to make food inside her house and sat on a couch “where he could keep an eye on Victim, who was still laying, duct-taped, at the bottom of the stairs,” according to the statement.

Kelley fell asleep on the couch twice while keeping an eye on the woman, the statement alleged. It stated that he left the house after he woke up the second time and observed that the woman had managed to move from the staircase to her kitchen and was in the process of cutting the duct tape from her wrists with a blender blade.

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Kelley was arrested and released from jail on $4,000 bail on Aug. 10, according to court records. Kelley signed a document the same day requesting any refunded bail money to be returned to the MFF, according to a court document reviewed by the DCNF.

One week later, on Aug. 17, Kelley was found to have violated his bail terms by not complying with electronic home monitoring rules, according to a court document reviewed by the DCNF.

The Hennepin County Sheriff’s office told the DCNF Wednesday that there was still an active felony warrant for Kelley’s arrest.

And finally, head-stomper guy.

MFF helped bail out man who allegedly stomped on his victim’s head

Deshaun Jermain Boyd, 33, was released from jail on $70,000 bail in early July after he was charged with 1st-degree aggravated robbery, court records show. He has since pleaded guilty and faces a maximum of 20 years in prison, according to the records.

Boyd, without warning, allegedly assaulted and robbed a man who was leaning on a cane on May 25. Boyd and another suspect knocked their victim to the ground, then proceeded to repeatedly kick and punch him, according to a statement of probable cause filed by Minnesota prosecutors.

As the victim “attempted to shield his face and body from the repeated blows,” Boyd and his accomplice “started to stomp” on his head, according to the statement.

Following the assault, Boyd and his associate returned to the victim and stole the contents from his pockets, the statement reads. They were arrested by police a short distance from the scene.

Boyd signed a court document a few days before his release in late June, requesting that any refunded bail be returned to the MFF.

This is who Kamala Harris is, America. Don’t buy into the “pragmatic moderate” nonsense, nor any of the other faux “centrist” labels the Democrat Party and liberal media desperately try to slap on her.

Why does this matter? Because if Joe Biden wins in November, pretend-moderate Kamala Harris is very likely to become president, sooner or later, sometime in the next four years. To borrow a line from the old horror film “The Fly,” be afraid; be very afraid.