ACORN evidently has no problem with underage prostitution, tax fraud, or housing violations. That's not OK. They will advise you how to do them right. That's very not OK. What they don't show you here, but which shows up on the complete transcript
, is that they also want you to pay a fee to find out about their housing assistance (which is also illegal).
What scum. And the Federal Government pays them lots of money
, which they deny
It's not just one office: same thing done in DC as was done in Baltimore.
So far, the AP has picked up the Baltimore sting
(and a number of minor papers picked it up from them
, though not the New York Times or Washington Post or the other major government media), FOXNews has Baltimore and DC
. is covering this. Somebody should be running fast with this: evidently, the original investigative team was smart enough to keep good records. ACORN is spinning as fast as it can.Further Update:
I'm not the only one who's noticed that the networks and the majors aren't covering it.
The Washington Post has since quoted the AP on the subject: ridiculous failure.