The Minnesota Freedom Fund helped very few protestors get out of jail and there is no evidence that they committed more crimes after being released.
On August 31, Republican Senator Tom Cotton tweeted that "Kamala Harris helped violent rioters in Minnesota get out of jail to do more damage."
A fact check by The Washington Post reveals that while the Minnesota Freedom Fund had helped people in various instances who had been accused of serious crimes, in this case only a few people involved in the protests needed MFF’s help to get out of jail and there is no evidence that those who were bailed out committed additional crimes after being released.
According to The Post's report, a review of Hennepin County jail records by American Bail Coalition found all but three of the 170 people arrested during the protests between May 26 and Jun. 2 were released from jail within a week. Of the 167 released, only 10 had to put up a monetary bond to be released; in most cases, the amounts were nominal, such as $78 or $100. 92 percent of those arrested had to pay no bail — and 29 percent of those arrested did not face charges. Also, the vast majority of people charged during the protests had to pay no bail.