The Bail Project. There is a saying that goes, “Follow the Money” because it usually pays off. The question is: What is the Bail Project and Who is funding it?
The Bail Project is said to be a national nonprofit organization that pays bail for people in need, reuniting families and restoring the presumption of innocence. This in recent days includes protesters; what has been happening is they have been bailing out rioters and looters.
In the Spokane archives concerning the Coronavirus: “The Bail Project stressed that more inmates should be released on their own recognizance, so the county’s jail facilities don’t become hot spots for coronavirus transmission. Lockdowns would be ineffective because of rapid turnover in the jail population.”
Michael Novograts is the one funding The Bail Project. He offered to go on Fox News and tell them what good The Bail Project is doing but he canceled, not once but twice as stated Tucker Carlson, Fox News 09/25/2020 broadcast.
The Democrats’ vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris has been donating to the bail fund that sought to free violent criminals who were rioting on the streets of Minneapolis. During the deadly fires and looting, Harris asked her Twitter followers to donate money to bail out the “protesters” arrested in those riots. Here are just a few of the people she bailed out.
Attempted murder charges, Jaleel Stallings shot at members of a SWAT Team during the riots in May. Police recovered a weapon. The Bail Project paid $75,000 in cash to bail Stallings out of jail.
Darnika Floyd who is charged with second degree murder, for stabbing a friend to death. MFF paid $100,000 cash for her release.
Christopher Boswell, who has been convicted of rape, and is currently charged with kidnapping, assault, and sexual assault in two separate cases. MFF paid $35,000 in cash for his release.
Harris was not the only one to support bailing out people arrested during the unrest. Celebrities such as Chrissy Teigan, Steve Carell, Seth Rogan, and Drake all publicly pledged to donate large sums of money to the bail fund. Many of these celebrities specified that they were donating to the Minnesota Freedom Fund.
The MFF or The Bail Project apparently received $35 million in donations that was intended to bail out rioters imprisoned for riot related charges. Fox9 publication said that “before Floyd’s death, according to numbers provided by MFF, the foundation bailed out 563 individuals with an average bail of $342. Since Floyd’s death MFF has bailed out 184 people with an average bail of $13,195. MFF is also assisting 400 individuals with court fines, lost wages and legal fees.”
Greg Lewin, the interim executive director of the fund, told Fox9:
“The last time we were down there, the clerk said, ‘we hate it when you bail out these sex offenders, that is what they said’,” MFF’s interim executive director told Fox9, noting that MFF focuses on the system, not the crime.”
Telling the Daily Caller quote;
“I often don’t even look at a charge when I bail someone out, I will see it after I pay the bill because it is not the point. The point is the system we are fighting.”