Later today ACORN whistleblower Marcel Reid debates Bertha Lewis, the former squatter who presided over the collapse of the corrupt community organizing outfit ACORN in 2010.
The one-hour matchup takes place at 10 o'clock a.m. (Eastern) on WPFW 89.3 FM (Washington, D.C.).
Listen live online here.
Reid was forced out of ACORN in 2008 after she demanded the group explain massive financial irregularities. She then co-founded a watchdog group called ACORN 8 with other whistleblowers. Reid contributed to the new book Race, Power & Politics: Memoirs of an ACORN Whistleblower, by Michael McCray.
Lewis is now president of the Black Institute, an ACORN-like organization in New York that focuses on African-American issues.
Glenn Beck likened Reid to Rosa Parks for her courage in taking on the powers that be at ACORN.
Lewis, on the other hand, is a thoroughly corrupt radical activist leader who doesn't hesitate to throw her supporters under the bus if the money's right, as I show in my book, Subversion Inc.: How Obama's ACORN Red Shirts are Still Terrorizing and Ripping Off American Taxpayers.