Skip to comments.Exclusive: Email From Lisa Fithian to #OccupyWallStreet Conforms ACORN Role In Occupy's Next Assault
Posted on 11/16/2011 3:36:28 PM PST by Nachum
Lisa Fithianthe radical organizer whose role in Occupy was first exposed at Big Governmenthas apparently confirmed that ACORN-linked organizations are leading the Occupy movements next major protest action against banks nationwide.
Fox News reported earlier today that remnants of ACORN (Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now), the radical community organizing group that collapsed after its corruption was exposed by Big Government, are playing a behind the scenes role in organizing the Occupy Wall Street demonstrations.
The Fox News investigation followed Matthew Vadums report two weeks ago at Big Government that ACORN was paying people to attend the Occupy Wall Street protests in New York through the Working Families Party, an ACORN front group.
Now, Big Government has learned that in an email (below) sent by Fithian to Occupy organizers and supporters on October 22, 2011, she reported that the New Bottom Linean effort to move as much money out of major banks as possible on November 5this being led by several ACORN-linked organizations: National Peoples Action, National Pico Network, and Alliance for Just and Sustainable Economy and other key state groups like ACCE in CA, NYCC in NY, or MORE in St. Louis.
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Full title: Exclusive: Email From Lisa Fithian to #OccupyWallStreet Conforms ACORN Role In Occupy's Next Assault On Banks
They keep misspelling her name! It’s Lisa Filthyan.
This is what comes of electing a "community organizer" who surrounds himself with revolutionaries to the nations highest office.
Acorns next roll will be to occupy Iowa’s voting booths to vote for Romney
I thought they already tried this. Fail.
Jail the bitch!
I had an occupy event in my area last Saturday. They were picketing BOA. They also had a notice in the free local paper that is in every social service agency you go into. The ad was paid for by move-on.
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