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An ex-con and Soros alumni is leading the $20m effort to post bail on behalf of Minnesota rioters..

An ex-convict and alumni of left wing billionaire George Soros’s fellowship program is at the helm of a $20,000,000 effort to get rioters out of jail as soon as possible in Minnesota.

The Minnesota Freedom Fund (MFF) is an organization dedicated to quickly putting suspected criminals back on the streets by using donated money to pay their bails. During an average year, the MFF raises about $100,000 to bail out illegal aliens apprehended by ICE. However, since protests began following the death of George Floyd while in the custody of the Minneapolis Police Department (MPD), the fund raked in over $20,000,000 in 4 days, per the NYT. This rapid influx of cash is likely due to the stunning amount of promotion the MFF has received from countless celebrities and politicians.

The woman chiefly responsible for directing the MFF is Tonja Honsey. Honsey was named a “Soros fellow” in 2019.

Before she earned a Soros fellowship or ascended to the highest position at a multimillion dollar charitable organization, Honsey was a drug addict who did multiple stints in jail— one of which occurred after she was arrested during a meth lab bust

President Donald Trump recently blasted the MFF after several members of Joe Biden’s staff donated to the cause. Biden’s staff and the Freedom Fund are “working to get the Anarchists out of jail, and probably more

Soros also funds the National Lawyers Guild (NLG) which has been described as “Antifa’s most important enabler” and its “legal arm.”

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