He posted bail and is back on the streets.
A California man who was caught on video tape attempting to burn down a county Republican headquarters in Humboldt is back on the streets.
The suspect could be seen smashing windows at the Republican Party of Humboldt headquarters on Saturday Feb. 8, at around 4:53 a.m. He reportedly threw a flammable liquid through the window in an attempt to burn the building down. When police apprehended him, they saw a Bernie Sanders sticker on his bike, and he was brought into custody after a brief struggle.
Michael Valls, 43, of Eureka is the suspect, and he was granted a $25,000 bail which he posted on Monday. He is currently walking the streets awaiting trial. He faces a myriad of charges, including attempted arson, for his alleged rampage against his political opponents. This is one of several times that the building has been targeted by violent leftists in recent months.
This building reportedly being targeted by a Bernie Sanders supporter should come as no surprise following the #Expose2020 campaign by journalist James O’Keefe of Project Veritas.