Imagine, if you may, an enterprising young politician/pimp who goes to the local ACORN office for advice on
a. how to get the business to look legit
b. how to set up the house where the girls, as young as thirteen, from Salvador, can fund the pimp’s political campaign.
Here are the Chaos to Glory videos:
You can read a full transcript here.
Via Moe, who is skeptical,
After a certain point, you will ask yourself if this can possibly be for real. Breitbart did, himself. This, in fact, pushes the very limit of the Too Good to Be True envelope – but the videos are simply too good to miss. Plus, ACORN’s screams of outrage are diagnostic: they’re essentially claiming that when asked, other offices didn’t give out tax advice on running illegal underage brothels.
John Fund, last May, writing about ACORN voter fraud,
In the stimulus bill passed by Congress, Acorn is eligible — along with other activist groups — to apply for $2 billion in funds to redevelop abandoned and foreclosed homes. Meanwhile, public records show that last spring the IRS filed three tax liens totaling almost $1 million against Acorn, most of which concerned employee withholding.