Skip to comments.Bail Out Fund Promoted By Celebs Raised $30 Million, Has Spent Very Little On Bail Money
Posted on 06/16/2020 2:10:32 PM PDT by Zenyatta
A Minnesota fund established to help bail out violent and non-violent demonstrators participating in the George Floyd protests is in hot water over the lack of transparency about spending its funds.
The fund Appreciate all those calling for transparency, the Minnesota Freedom Fund (MFF) tweeted Monday. We see yall. Our values and mission have not changed since 2016. Be on the lookout for things coming on our end. Be well.
Protesters, social justice activists, and numerous celebrities including Justin Timberlake, Seth Rogen, Steve Carell, Jamie Foxx, and Ariana Grande, just to name a few have generously donated to the fund, helping raise well over $30 million since Floyds death on May 25 to help bail out and cover other legal expenses for those arrested during the protests.
But the fund said it has spent about $200,000 in the past few weeks to help protesters caught in legal trouble.
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I’m sure the muslim pos Minnesota AG Keith Ellison will get to the bottom of it.
Here’s to hoping the fundraiser spends the money on worthy causes, such as foreign vacations, a nice pad, flashy wheels and chicks galore. Not to mention hard drugs. Because rioters should rot in prison.
Charity funds are just a get rich scheme.
Want to help, find a family or neighbor and invest in them personally.
Perhaps most of the funds went to ActBlue.
DNC slush fund...
Take a gander a American Red Cross. Their overhead is very high.
A fool and his money are soon parted.
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