The U.S. Supreme Court today denied a petition for review from ACORN, ruling in effect that Congress was absolutely entitled to cut off federal taxpayer funding of ACORN, the depraved radicals who used to employ President Obama.
The Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now had asked the high court to review a decision of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit which found that the funding cutoff was not a "bill of attainder" banned by the Constitution. ACORN had advanced the nonsensical argument that Congress had no power to stop funding the group unless it could prove it had done something wrong.
ACORN became well known nationwide in 2009 for its advocacy of brothels for pedophiles. Hannah Giles and James O'Keefe caught the group on undercover video offering advice on importing underage illegal alien sex slaves from El Salvador, tax fraud, and tax evasion.
As I write in my new book Subversion Inc.: How Obama's ACORN Red Shirts are Still Terrorizing and Ripping Off American Taxpayers, at least 54 individuals associated with ACORN has been convicted of voter fraud. ACORN itself was convicted of felony voter registration fraud in Nevada in April.
Not surprisingly, a chorus of useful idiots has arisen to defend ACORN, including but not limited to Eric Alterman and Katrina vanden Heuvel of the Nation, Joe Conason of Salon, Adam Serwer of the American Prospect, and terrorist-linked blogger Brad Friedman.
I wrote Subversion Inc. because America needs to know that ACORN is restructuring in time to help re-elect President Obama in 2012. Obama worked for ACORN as a trainer and represented the group in court as its lawyer. These radical leftists who use the brutal, in-your-face, Machiavellian pressure tactics of Saul Alinsky want to destroy America as we know it and will use any means to do it.
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