ACORN Employee Admits To Murder, More Sex-Slave Cover-up

Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Admission to murder, threats of murder, recommendations of violence against prostitutes, a laundry-list of Democrat politicians that she lobbies, admission of prostitution rings...

'I talk to Congressmen, Senators, Assembly people every day. Gloria Negrete McLeod (D), Assemblywoman Wilmer Amina Carter (D), Congressman Joe Baca (D), Barbara Boxer (D)..."

"We've faced a lot of discrimination..."

"Well I'll bet you have, becausethere are a lot of narrow-minded, one sided (let's see), right-wing, bleeding heart liberals out there, that... I'm mean bleeding hearts, not necessarily liberals, because if they were liberal they would be helping..."

"We're bringing these girls from overseas, but we are going to take a cut of the profit, and I intend to the profit from the tricks the girls perform to fund my political campaign and the advertising."

"But you see, do you think that every single, do you think that every Congressman, every legislator, do you think that even Obama... you know or the President... or any of them, ever actually put down every single resource where they got their money? Kennedy! They got their money from bootlegging and prostitution."

Obama's campaign "misrepresented" more than $800,000 in payments to a subsidiary of ACORN to work in “get-out-the-vote” projects.

Obama said ACORN will have imput on his agenda as president:


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