An organization endorsed by Vice President Kamala Harris has bailed out a man who told police that “voices” are telling him to rape children.
Bel Mbungson Tosah was arrested for criminal mischief at approximately 4 a.m. on January 22nd at the Minnesota St. Paul Airport.
“As the MSP Police officers were responding to the Terminal 1 Transit Center, they were notified that Tosah was allegedly breaking multiple monitors and had emptied several trash cans, damaged hand sanitizers and discharged several fire extinguishers,” Law Enforcement Today reports. “As the officers arrived at the terminal, they observed Tosah as he was discharging a fire extinguisher after he had ‘hit a fire alarm box causing the alarm to sound and broke tile behind the alarm.'”
He reportedly damaged a CCTV camera, a TSA portable workstation monitor, four Delta check-in kiosk monitors, a monitor at an information booth, six flight display monitors, and two fire extinguishers.
When approached by law enforcement, Tosah became increasingly erratic and allegedly began to threaten the officers.
As he resisted arrest, an officer pulled out his taser — and Tosah began to yell “shoot me.”
Once police had control of the situation and restrained him, Tosah began to claim that he was damaging airport property to make the “voices” in his head stop telling him to rape children.
Oh, Bel Mbungson Tosah, the guy who made multiple statements to police that he wanted to RAPE CHILDREN, while he was causing extensive damage in the Terminal 1 Transit Center at the MSP Airport, was bailed out by the @MNFreedomFund on Tuesday night.
— CrimeWatchMpls (@CrimeWatchMpls) February 2, 2022
Tosah was taken to the Hennepin County Jail and his bond was set at $5,000 — which was paid by the Minnesota Freedom Fund.
The Minnesota Freedom Fund was repeatedly promoted and endorsed by Harris.
— Kamala Harris (@KamalaHarris) June 1, 2020
In July 2020, the organization bailed out a man accused of sexually assaulting an eight-year-old girl.
“The Minnesota Freedom Fund (MFF) also helped post bail in August for a man accused of assaulting a 71-year-old woman as he burglarized her home, court documents show. One week after his release the man was found to be in violation of his bail. The Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office told the DCNF on Wednesday there is still an active felony warrant out for that man’s arrest,” the Daily Caller reported in 2020.
The report added, “court documents reviewed by the DCNF reveal that the bail fund also provided support in June to a man who allegedly stomped on and robbed a victim on the streets of Minneapolis on May 25, the same day George Floyd died while in police custody.”
The MFF received $35 million in donations following the death of George Floyd.
At least 13 staff members on the Biden campaign contributed to the organization and promoted it, according to a report from Reuters.
Biden campaign spokesman Andrew Bates said in a statement to Reuters in 2020 that the now-president opposes the institution of cash bail as a “modern day debtors prison.”