October 21, 2009

God Bless James O’Keefe and Hannah Giles: ACORN Philly’s and Media’s Related Follies Exposed

I didn’t think the intrepid pair could top what they’ve done already.

Boy, was I wrong (direct YouTube):

ACORN Philly, ACORN’s top management, and all of the establishment media outlets and apparatchiks who parroted ACORN’s lies about what happened in Philadelphia when O’Keefe and Giles visited have been utterly humiliated.

It couldn’t happen to a better bunch.

I would say that it doesn’t get any better than this, but that’s what I thought a month ago.

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UPDATE: The clowns at Media Matters try and fail to put Humpty-Dumpty back together again with a “police report.”

UPDATE 2: See my related NewsBusters post for a full treatment.

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4 Comments

  1. How much does the main stream media needs to now to report on this well organized Acorn on every shady buissnes there involved in ?

    Comment by Edwin Talavera — October 22, 2009 @ 9:07 am

  2. Incredible. We can never thank these two enough.

    Comment by stunned again — October 22, 2009 @ 9:09 am

  3. Until I can see the unedited video that O’Keefe keeps mentioning, I must remain skeptical. I can’t hear anything the ACORN rep is saying on this video and there was a police report. Now, don’t get me wrong. I do appreciate what these two did in exposing the other offices. But I just pray that these two are not fudging this one and jeopardizing their whole credibility over trying to make a point. I know ACORN is corrupt. I worked for them for a little bit as a temp. They are definitely in bed with the radical left politics also. But it is important that in our effort to expose this corruption, we stand firmly with truth on our side.

    Comment by JanineC — October 22, 2009 @ 2:22 pm

  4. #3, he said at his post that he didn’t play audio of the ACORN person to protect himself because he’s being sued. His dare to ACORN to let him put in the audio is spot-on. If they won’t, ACORN is presumptively the party with something to be ashamed of.

    As to your fears that they might make overzealous mistakes or that the unedited vid once it’s released will reveal something, I don’t want to dismiss them, because it’s always a temptation. But I think Breitbart would make darn sure that doesn’t happen.

    I think the refutation of lies about whether they were kicked out (no, they weren’t), and that they were only there a few minutes (no, unless 32 is “a few”), is pretty strong.

    Comment by TBlumer — October 22, 2009 @ 3:04 pm

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