Skip to comments.The Science Behind the ACORN Sting [Hanna Giles - the "hooker"] (next tape release-San Bernadino)
Posted on 09/15/2009 1:15:08 PM PDT by Uncledave
After going undercover on the east coast, James and I headed to the west coast. We knew it was a risky endeavor but the results on the east coast were too good to ignore. We had to test our scenario in an opposite region. It is like a science experiment:
1) Ask A Question: What if a prostitute and her alleged law school boyfriend walk into ACORN seeking housing for an underage brothel to fund his future congressional campaign?
2) Do Background Research:
3) Construct a Hypothesis: ACORN is corrupt and it is in their nature to promote and disguise illegal behavior.
4) Experiment: Baltimore, DC, Brooklyn, San Bernardino, and
5) Analyze and draw a conclusion.
James OKeefe and I posed a question and gathered the evidence. Weve run around this nation on a quest for truth unraveling the mystery of organized corruption.
I’m worried about their safety. We’ve seen the ACORN thugs in action.
I think of that Kelly guy who just got whacked (with aspirin).
For the benefit of the gentlemen on the forum (although I am female)—THERE ARE MORE?
From Acorn's website.
I am a half hour from San Bernardino, the in crime and murder in San Bernardino County. I can’t wait to see what they did.
Here is a real story about San Bernardino. Many years ago, I went to talk to a tenant of a rental house that was in foreclosure and was interested in making an offer to the absentee landlord. When I asked about the area, she told me it wasn’t too bad. When she hears gun shots at night she thinks they are probably four or five blocks away, so she feels pretty safe.
Love that pimp suit.....Great picture. Btw—Rusty Humphries is going to interview Hannah in a few minutes.
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