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ACORN Playing a Key Role in the Occupy Wall Street Movement

An exclusive report by FOX News details how ACORN, the community organizing group of poverty pimps that played a key role in the housing crisis, is very involved with the Occupy Wall Street movement of degenerates.  ACORN became infamous for voter fraud in 2008, helping their friend and ally Barack Hussein Obama get elected.  They are arguably one of the most corrupt organizations that has deep ties to the Democratic Party.  Until 2008, unless you were a race-baiter or a poverty pimp, nobody had ever heard of a community organizer.  Well, the group that was defunded and allegedly disbanded is back at it, playing a "key role" in the anti-Semitic Occupy Wall Street movement.  This only solidifies the notion that this is not grassroots, but a coordinated effort by the White House and Democrats.

ACORN has a very dirty past, filled with fraud and corruption with a direct connection to President Obama.  Don't tell the liberal mainstream media - they'll simply look the other way.  Their role in the housing crisis was substantial.  They believed that every American, particularly low-income minorities, had the right to own a home despite not having credit to actually pay for the home.  They cried racism and threatened banks and their executives at their homes if poor minorities weren't granted loans they could never afford.  The fun didn't stop there.  In 2008, ACORN filled the presidential election with voter fraud to the point that we actually don't know how substantially they affected results.  Many ACORN thugs and losers have been convicted for voter fraud, only to do the same just in time for the next election.

It should come as no surprise that ACORN is knee deep in Occupy Wall Street.  They both desire the same outcome: Democrats in control of the government and taxpayer dollars to subsidize them.  The article is rather lengthy, but it connects the obvious dots.  

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The former New York office for ACORN, the disbanded community activist group, is playing a key role in the self-proclaimed “leaderless” Occupy Wall Street movement, organizing “guerrilla” protest events and hiring door-to-door canvassers to collect money under the banner of various causes while spending it on protest-related activities, sources tell

The former director of New York ACORN, Jon Kest, and his top aides are now busy working at protest events for New York Communities for Change (NYCC). That organization was created in late 2009 when some ACORN offices disbanded and reorganized under new names after undercover video exposes prompted Congress to cut off federal funds. 

NYCC’s connection to ACORN isn’t a tenuous one: It works from the former ACORN offices in Brooklyn, uses old ACORN office stationery, employs much of the old ACORN staff and, according to several sources, engages in some of the old organization’s controversial techniques to raise money, interest and awareness for the protests.

Sources said NYCC has hired about 100 former ACORN-affiliated staff members from other cities – paying some of them id="mce_marker"00 a day - to attend and support Occupy Wall Street. Dozens of New York homeless people recruited from shelters are also being paid to support the protests, at the rate of id="mce_marker"0 an hour, the sources said.

At least some of those hired are being used as door-to-door canvassers to collect money that’s used to support the protests.

Sources said cash donations collected by NYCC on behalf of some unions and various causes are being pooled and spent on Occupy Wall Street. The money is used to buy supplies, pay staff and cover travel expenses for the ex-ACORN members brought to New York for the protests.

In one such case, sources said, NYCC staff members collected cash donations for what they were told was a United Federation of Teachers fundraising drive, but the money was diverted to the protests.

Sources who participated in the teachers union campaign said NYCC supervisors gave them the addresses of union members and told them to go knock on their doors and ask for contributions—and did not mention that the money would go toward Occupy Wall Street expenses. One source said the campaign raked in about $5,000.

ACORN will never go away.  It's like herpes: it may look like they're gone, but they're waiting to re-emerge when you least expect it.  They are a key front group for the Democratic Party.  

Justin Credible is a contributing editor for Habledash.


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