Friday, November 20, 2009

Again, ACORN Offers Help Trafficking Foreign Child Sex Workers

Andrew Breitbart and aired yet another video of an ACORN worker offering to help undercover journalists James O'Keefe and Hannah Giles, posing as a pimp with plans to run for Congress and a prostitute seeking to open a child sex trade business.

This one was filmed in Los Angeles.

O'Keefe, Giles and Breitbart appeared on Hannity to discuss the latest tape:

If you can't see the embedded video, you can go directly to it here.

Unbelievable. Breitbart says there are more tapes, and it's not just ACORN. I wonder who else they caught behaving badly. One thing is for sure: corruption appears all too common with ACORN and its more than one hundred affiliated organizations.

Is anyone else disturbed by the fact that the leader of our nation served as legal counsel for this corrupt organization in lawsuits? Or that Mr. Obama helped to train "future leaders" identified by ACORN? Make no mistake - the roots of ACORN run deep, and they go straight to the current administration.

Obamas ACORN Tree -

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Opus #6 said...

This is disturbing indeed. Obama has a lot of 'slplainin' to do.


I think it is not really making a difference none of these people will ever be investigated. Maybe the difference will be seen on election day?

The Gonzo Mama said...

Opus - I expect that an explanation from Dear Leader is not going to be heard anytime in the future, as MSM and the administration have done much to downplay the connection. Anyone who looks at BHO's past comments when addressing ACORN groups, however, knows the truth - that he claims to have been fighting alongside and on the side of ACORN ever since his organizing days in Chicago.

Trestin - I can only hope that Americans are caring enough to educate themselves, since the media will not educate them. Rick Larsen of Washington State voted against defunding ACORN because, as he said, "there are bigger issues" going on. I would hope that Larsen's constituents will send him a loud and clear message, come election day. There's a movement to get John Koster, a good Christian conservative to run against him, but those familiar with the political geography of the state say Larsen's district will re-elect him. Of course, this is just one example of one race in my home state, but for many districts, it's an uphill battle. We'll see what election day brings, and pray for a revolution of REAL change.