Skip to comments.New ACORN Pimp/Hooker Sting Video (Not All of Los Angeles is Honest)
Posted on 11/19/2009 7:20:56 PM PST by Shellybenoit
Just when we thought it was all over, the ACORN Pimp/Hooker Scandal rises again. Our heroes, Hannah Giles and James O' Keefe the fake pimp and hooker were in Philadelphia meeting with the folks at ACORN.
Next Stop, Sunny Los Angeles. The first tape released from the ACORN of sunny LA was of Felix Harris Mr. Harris didnt care about that the two were involved with prostitution in regards to a housing loan, but when the O'Keefe/Giles team started talking about underage girls, he said that ACORN did not get involved with things like that. Felix was the only person in the entire country-wide sting operation who who did not "bite."
Harris, however, did not throw out the pair-- so they met with someone else Lavelle Stewart. Lavelle was not as steadfast against crime as Mr. Harris. She recommended to O'Keefe/Giles to hook up with someone whos on that international sex business level, that 14 and 15 year olds been traveling overseas for years. She even offered to do independent research for the pair, and bragged that she had meetings with Larry Flynt. As for laundering the sex money into my faux political campaign, Lavelle said, there are ways, people do it all the time. Yeah there are ways, especially out here in California.
Watch the videos of the O'Keefe/Giles meetings with Lavelle Stewart Below
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They have many more tapes.
The hell you say.
Kudos to Andrew Breitbart, calling out the Attorney General takes a lot of balls!
Hamilton Confirmed for Appeals Court (radical with ties to ACLU & ACORN)
The New York Times ^ | November 19, 2009 | Kate Phillips
The Senate voted 59 to 39 to confirm Judge David F. Hamilton to the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit. Judge Hamilton, who sits on the Federal District Court in Indiana, was President Obamas first judicial nominee. Republicans opposed the nomination, announced March 19, because of decisions Judge Hamilton made relating to abortion and prayers in the Indiana Legislature. Senator Richard G. Lugar of Indiana was the only Republican to vote for his confirmation.
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