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Antifa turd twice bailed out by Kamala Harris-backed fund - gets arrested again

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Jan 9, 2024, 4:35:03 AMJan 9
A Minnesota man twice bailed out by a Vice President Kamala Harris-
backed nonprofit group has been busted a third time on felony drug
charges, authorities said.

Thomas Moseley’s latest collar stems from his arrest on Oct. 15,
2020, when he was picked up at a George Floyd-related protest and
charged with damaging the Minneapolis Police Department’s Fifth
Precinct months earlier, WCCO-TV reported.

Police found a handgun in his waistband and charged him with
possession of a dangerous weapon.

Moseley, 29, of Minneapolis, was also busted on rioting charges from
a Dec. 31, 2020, demonstration.

In both cases, he was freed with the help of the Minnesota Freedom
Fund — which fronted his $5,000 bail in the October case and $60,000
in the December case, Fox News reported, citing a criminal

Established in 2016, the fund has vowed to put up cash to help
protesters get released from jail, though it faced extreme scrutiny
over the summer after admitting it had only spent $200,000 in bail
money — despite being flooded with more than $30 million in

In June, Harris pushed for contributions to the nonprofit.

“If you’re able to, chip in now to the @MNFreedomFund to help post
bail for those protesting on the ground in Minnesota,” she wrote.

Moseley’s most recent case is related to his October arrest. During
a search of his pickup truck, police found a cache of weapons —
“three handguns, a shotgun and a semi-automatic rifle as well as a
panel for stopping bullets in a bullet-proof vest, a gas mask and
about 50 bullets,” according to prosecutors.

They also found marijuana, cocaine and psychotropic mushrooms
resulting in his most recent arrest on three felony counts of
fifth-degree possession of a controlled substance while in
possession of a firearm.

Bail in the drug case was set at $250,000. Hennepin County Jail
records show that Moseley remains in custody.

He is also under investigation on suspicion he used a straw buyer to
buy a semiautomatic weapon on Jan. 7 and Jan. 12 — with jail records
showing he’d just been released from prison on Jan. 5, Fox News

The Minnesota Freedom Fund has bailed out other defendants on
violent crimes, according to an August report from Fox 9.

They include Darnika Floyd, charged with second-degree murder in the
fatal stabbing of a friend. The fund paid $100,000 cash for her
release, the outlet said.

Twice-convicted rapist Christopher Boswell was sprung on $350,000
cash bail on two separate cases involving kidnapping, assault and
sexual assault charges.

The nonprofit released a lengthy statement to WCCO-TV in response to
Moseley’s cases, saying, “We do not make determinations of bail
support based on the crimes that individuals are alleged to have

“Freedom Fund believes that every individual who has been arrested
by the police is innocent until proven guilty, and should not have
to wait in jail simply because they do not have the same income or
resources as others with more financial privilege,” it said.

It also reiterated a statement from Moseley’s attorney that said,
“This is a persecution of a political activist with prosecutors
using an organization that helps pay people’s bail as an excuse to
raise their bail.”
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