A gaggle of Joe Biden staffers pumped money into a leftist organization which sent its time posting bail for rioters, attempted murderers, and rapists. This is what you’ll see in a Biden administration.
A Minnesota nonprofit that saw a huge windfall in donations during the protests and riots that followed the death of George Floyd in the custody of the Minneapolis Police Department reportedly has been putting up money to bail out people charged with serious violent crimes, including sexual assault, attempted murder and murder.
A new FOX 9 report shows that among the people helped by the Minnesota Freedom Fund (MFF) – which received donations from a number of Joe Biden campaign staffers as it saw a $35 million fundraising windfall in the weeks after Floyd’s death – are Darnika Floyd, who was charged with second-degree murder after allegedly stabbing a friend to death, and Christopher Boswell, who is facing charges of sexual assault and kidnapping. The group put up $100,000 on behalf of Floyd and $350,000 on behalf of Boswell.
As corrupt as the Obama administration was, at least Obama knew enough to not broadcast his crimes. Biden is nowhere near as cogent, and he’ll brag about releasing murderers, rapists, and terrorists onto the streets; because what does he care?
Day Two of the 2020 Philadelphia Riots are in the books, and naturally, it’s more of the same. Police vehicles were burned, businesses were looted and vandalized, and officers were injured. The city was not remotely prepared for these attacks, as it took the mayor nearly two days to realize, “Hey, the Ben Franklin Bridge leads right to Center City. Maybe we should shut it down?”
Jim Kenney finally made the decision Sunday afternoon, days after the Soros’ thugs arrived in town.
Looting and violence spread in Philadelphia Sunday as the fallout of protests over the death of an unarmed black man at the hands of a white police officer in Minneapolis continued.
The funniest part of this is seeing Antifa claim “No justice, no peace,” days after the officer involved in George Lloyd’s death was arrested and charged with murder. Sorry jackasses, but everyone gets their day in court.
In West Philadelphia Sunday, people broke the windshields of various police vehicles, setting one alight near the intersection of Market and N. 52nd streets. Firefighters also responded to a building fire near 52nd and Walnut streets, the same area where stores are being looted.
Responding officers used tear gas and fired non-lethal ammunition to disperse some of the crowd.
Sadly, no one used lethal force. Let me tell you about Sunday night…
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So yesterday we had three detectives on the floor and myself. The air conditioning is still not working and the temperature in the office was 84 degrees. Tensions were high and I was in no mood for shenanigans and tomfoolery. Luckily, I spent nearly a half hour talking to a kindly
insane elderly woman from Ventnor City, New Jersey.
The woman – let’s call her Mrs. Glick – called to report illegal parking outside her residence in Ventnor City, NJ, eighty miles (and one state east) of my division. I calmly explained to Mrs. Glick that my department has no jurisdiction in New Jersey, and even if we did, we weren’t going to send a detective to write a parking ticket in another state…
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