The Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now went bankrupt in 2010 after 40 years of systematic voter fraud, corruption, and theft

Former ACORN officials running new $80M anti-Trump network


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Members of the infamous community organizing outfit ACORN are behind an ambitious, well-funded $80 million anti-Trump network funded by radical currency speculator George Soros.

As Joe Schoffstall reports at the Washington Free Beacon:

The Center for Popular Democracy Action Fund, the 501(c)(4) sister organization of the Center for Popular Democracy (CPD), a New York-based nonprofit that receives the bulk of its funding from George Soros, announced at their spring gala Tuesday that they will be heading up the new $80 million anti-Trump network that will span 32 states and have 48 local partners, CNN reported.

The network will seek to mobilize new voters and fight voter identification laws. It will also focus on gerrymandering and automatic voter registration programs with an eye on the 2018 and 2020 election cycles.

The Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now went bankrupt in 2010 after 40 years of systematic voter fraud, corruption, and theft. ACORN was convicted of a species of electoral fraud in Nevada and laid the foundation for the Left’s vote-manufacturing complex. Barack Obama trained ACORN organizers and represented it in court as its lawyer. (I wrote the definitive book on ACORN in 2011. It is called Subversion Inc.:
How Obama’s ACORN Red Shirts Are Still Terrorizing and Ripping Off Taxpayers
.)

But rumors of ACORN’s death have been exaggerated. The left-wing urban terrorist group that became synonymous with sleaze and corruption when its employees were shown encouraging illegal behavior in the “pimp and prostitute” videos of 2009 never really went away. While ACORN declared bankruptcy after losing its federal funding, its state chapters were busy changing their names and shredding documents.

Rep. Keith Ellison (D-Minn.), the deputy chairman of the Democratic National Committee, lauded the new effort.

“This national network, led by working class people of color and immigrants, will supply the power and the fight we need to resist the Trump administration’s all-out assault on American values,” Ellison told CNN. “I look forward to standing with CPD Action’s leaders in the streets and in Congress to win real progressive change.”

Among the CPD officials to have come from ACORN are: Brian Kettenring; Steve Kest; Christina Livingston; Steve Dooley; and Greg Basta.

There are bound to be indictments in CPD’s future. Give it time.



Matthew Vadum -- Bio and Archives | Comments

Matthew Vadum, Bombthrowers, and matthewvadum.blogspot.com, is an investigative reporter at a watchdog group in Washington, D.C.

His new book Subversion Inc. can be bought at Amazon.com (US), Amazon.ca (Canada), and as an e-book at Kobo (Canada).

 

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