The mainstream media is running more interference for Vice President Kamala Harris by keeping this story quiet.
A violent criminal has just been arrested for the third time after a bond fund supported by Harris bailed him out the first two times, Breitbart reported.
During the violent riots in Minneapolis over the summer, Harris encouraged people to donate to the Minnesota Freedom Fund to bail out those who had been arrested. “If you’re able to, chip in now to the @MNFreedomFund to help post bail for those protesting on the ground in Minnesota,” she tweeted on June 1.
The fund was also supported by a dozen members of President Joe Biden’s presidential campaign, The Daily Wire reported.
The information about the suspect was released by the Hennepin County Attorney’s Office in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Prosecutors announced that they arrested 29-year-old Thomas Moseley for the third time since October.
In October, Moseley was arrested in connection with a protest inside a government building. Authorities found him in possession of a handgun, and investigators found multiple handguns, a shotgun, a semi-automatic rifle, a gas mask, ammunition and drugs in his vehicle.
Moseley was held on a $5,000 bond which the Minnesota Freedom Fund posted on his behalf, giving him the opportunity to commit another crime.
On New Year’s Eve, Moseley was arrested again for his alleged involvement in a riot that occurred in downtown Minneapolis. This time, he was held on a $60,000 bond. Again, the Minnesota Freedom Fund paid to have him released.
In jail again
In Moseley’s most recent arrest, he was charged with three felonies for three counts of fifth-degree possession of a controlled substance while in possession of a firearm. The drugs were marijuana, cocaine and psilocybin mushrooms.
Moseley is also currently under investigation for purchasing two recent semi-automatic weapons, as it would have been illegal for him to buy such weapons while facing a felony charge.
Moseley is currently in the Hennepin County Jail where he is being held on a $250,000 bond.
The only question now is whether the Minnesota Freedom Fund is going to cover this bond as well.