Acorn in the News AGAIN!

ACORN is back in the news with more voter fraud cases against it.
"On Monday, Nevada officials charged Acorn, its regional director and its Las Vegas field director with submitting thousands of fraudulent voter registration forms last year. Larry Lomax, the registrar of voters in Las Vegas, says he believes 48% of Acorn's forms "are clearly fraudulent." On Thursday, prosecutors in Pittsburgh, Pa., also charged seven Acorn employees with filing hundreds of fraudulent voter registrations before last year's general election..."

Article can be found here.

Yet interestingly:

  • ACORN is eligible for over 2 billion in stimulus dollars
  • ACORN is directly connected to the OBAMA campaign (it is public record)
  • ACORN will assist the census bureau with the census (it will probably be done as well as the voter registrations - 48% fraudulent)
  • ACORN is directly connected to SEIU - (The Service Employees International Union and ACORN have exchanged funds back and forth.)
  • The Service Employees International Union spent $30,816,092 in independent expenditures in support of Barack Obama
  • Wade Rathke, the founder of ACORN is now tied into the union. He left ACORN because his brother Dale Rathke embezzled $1 million as the CFO. ACORN was going to bring suit, but they dropped it. Wade Rathke, apparently, did not report that to the police and was removed from ACORN, at least according to their board minutes. Wade Rathke is active with the Service Employees International Union as their chief organizer.

If you don't believe me. Be your own detective and find out.

What happened to this Presidency being transparent?

Well, Y'all stay safe

1 comment:

  1. i have noticed that there are a lot of scams and frauds online and in the real world. definitely making it important that we make sure of the employment verification of all the people we employ in our company or even in our own house.it just makes you wonder how we can really do that for those we elect in critical positions.

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