California Attorney General Jerry Brown Illegally Rigs ACORN Probe

Friday, November 13, 2009



One of the most corrupt politicians in America, Attorney General of California Jerry Brown, told ACORN officials not to worry about the outcome of an investigation into their corruption. This undercover video alleges that Brown assured the group under investigation that the whistle-blowers who revealed the corruption will be punished instead.

If you are interested in Jerry Brown's latest corruption scandal: Brown's Communications Director resigned after Jerry Brown admitted to illegally taping telephone conversations recently.

Law-breaking is routine with this champion of gay marriage in California. Apparently he is invincible because no one cares.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

There had better be an investigation done on this one. God bless Glenn Beck for outing these people time and time again. Love him or hate him, he's uncovering corruption left and right... get it... left and right. I'm sure many people don't know that he is not a Republican and will want to argue that point, but they would be smart to start watching him rather than just criticizing him without having the slightest clue.

Anonymous said...

Jerry Brown is so far gone. At this point his body is actually living and feeding off of corruption. He has destroyed enough of CA (and his own soul). His political career needs to end asap.

I'm shocked!! But then again, I guess I shouldn't be. But who can we turn to that isn't corrupt to demand and oversee an investigation?

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