The Minnesota Freedom Fund which received $ 35 million in donations to release protesters during protests did not use the funds as intended
The Minnesota Freedom Fund (MFF) spent only 200 thousand dollars to help protesters from more than 30 million dollars. The public broke out on Twitter, asking the reasonable question "Where is the money?"
Without jeopardizing the safety of the folks we bailed out we paid well over $200k in the weeks since the uprising alone. We are working on doing more.— Minnesota Freedom Fund (@MNFreedomFund) June 16, 2020
The MFF was widely publicized by celebrities who paraded to help the BLM movement and protesters. But as it turned out in practice, colossal cash injections into the fund are not used for their intended purpose. Activists continue to be imprisoned, and money accumulates in the MFF.
In response to harsh criticism, the MFF decided that it was necessary to leave the line of fire and redirect public anger to other non-profit organizations.
“The nonprofit has also said that it is "scaling up" in the wake of the deluge of donations so it can handle more cases, while its website has posted links to several other funds to encourage people to donate their money elsewhere,” the statement says.
And while the public wonders where the money is going, The Gateway Pundit has traced the path of all donors to BLM, which indirectly concerns other funds aimed at helping activists.
...and the remaining $34,800,000 went where? pic.twitter.com/A3fJewyB1h— Ashley K. (@AshleyKSmalls) June 16, 2020
The BLM website itself has links to “Act Blue,” which, without hiding, sponsors the presidential campaigns of Democratic candidates. This whole scheme suggests that numerous funds screaming for help to protesters in the United States do not intend to help anyone.
Their main goal is to tear a large chunk of power, while there is an opportunity. To date, the US government is not able to meet the needs of the American people. Therefore, such epicenters are created in which the funds and appreciation of ordinary citizens flock to further sponsor the existing political power.