Monday, February 21, 2022

Black Lives Matter Funds Bond for Accused Kentucky Mayoral Candidate Attempted Assassin; Dem Heavyweights Back BLM Bail Fund That Freed Would-Be Assassin; Celebs Backed BLM Fund That Bailed Out a BLM Assassin, and related stories

Louisville Metro Department of Corrections via AP
Black Lives Matter Funds Bond for Accused Kentucky Mayoral Candidate Attempted Assassin:
A man accused of attempting the assassination of a Louisville, Kentucky, mayoral candidate is free on bond after a local Black Lives Matter chapter funded his release. A judge set the bond for the man accused of shooting at the candidate and four others in an office at $100,000.
Quintez Brown, a Black Lives Matter activist, is accused of attempting to assassinate Louisville mayoral candidate Craig Greenburg. He allegedly walked into Greenburg’s office and fired shots at the candidate and four others, WHAS ABC11 reported. While one of the shots struck Greenburg’s clothing, no one was injured in the shooting attack.
Dem Heavyweights Back BLM Bail Fund That Freed Would-Be Assassin:
The bail fund that freed a Louisville, Ky., Black Lives Matter activist charged with trying to murder a Jewish mayoral candidate is backed by Democratic fundraising juggernaut ActBlue, a progressive political group affiliated with the "Squad," and a liberal nonprofit funded by George Soros.
The Louisville Community Bail Fund, an affiliate of the city's Black Lives Matter chapter, posted $100,000 bail on Wednesday to spring Quintez Brown from jail following his arrest on charges of trying to assassinate Jewish Democratic mayoral hopeful Craig Greenberg. The group's ability to quickly procure such a hefty sum comes thanks to its support from prominent Democratic organizations.
The bail fund, for example, has an active page on ActBlue, the political fundraising platform used universally by Democratic candidates across the country. Justice Democrats—a far-left PAC that supports Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D., N.Y.) and Ilhan Omar (D., Minn.)—also actively fundraises for the bail group on the platform. Contributions sent to the Louisville Community Bail Fund through ActBlue are routed through the Tides Center, a liberal dark money behemoth that has received millions of dollars from Soros. Tides gave nearly $740,000 to the bail fund in 2020, tax filings show.
The Louisville Community Bail Fund's presence on the Democratic Party's leading fundraising platform undercuts party leaders' repeated denials of being soft on crime. The Democratic National Committee used ActBlue to rake in nearly $500 million in 2020, the same year Vice President Kamala Harris used the platform to promote a similar bail fund that freed an alleged domestic abuser weeks before he was arrested again for murder. --->READ MORE HERE
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