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ACORN Working To Elect Joe Sestak (D-PA)

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Posted on November 2 2010 11:00 am
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ACORN is out in the field in Pennsylvania doing all it can to help elect Democrats, including Senate candidate Joe Sestak. Sestak is the lawmaker that President Obama allegedly offered a quid pro quo to in exchange for support for ObamaCare.

As I wrote at the Daily Caller:

Cemeteries in Pennsylvania may be hotbeds of political activity in the next few days because the zombie group ACORN is deeply involved in congressional races in the state.

The undead group is working to help get Pennsylvania Senate candidate Joe Sestak and other Democratic hopefuls in the Keystone State across the finish line in the Nov. 2 congressional elections. That means that dead people and cartoon characters like Mickey Mouse stand a good chance of participating in the electorcal process this year as they always do when election fraud-prone ACORN is involved.

ACORN is using its two “rebranded” entities in the Keystone State to mobilize Democratic voters. I talked about this scam on Fox Business last week:

The two tax-exempt affiliates are Pennsylvania Neighborhoods for Social Justice (PNSJ) and Action United. Both nonprofits incorporated in January. According to those documents, both organizations operate out of ACORN’s offices at 846 North Broad Street in Philadelphia. ACORN veterans dominate both groups.

The two “new” ACORN groups have been very active in the current election cycle.

For example, on Oct. 20, before a candidates’ debate, Action United loudly protested Republican Senate hopeful Pat Toomey’s support for Social Security reform. The demonstration took place outside Philadelphia’s National Constitution Center before the Toomey-Sestak debate got underway.

Pat Worrell of Action United said Pennsylvanians oppose Toomey’s “reckless” proposal to let taxpayers have greater control over their retirement plans. Worrell was chairwoman of ACORN’s chapter in Chester, Penn.

Inside ACORN sources say PNSJ has been conducting a get-out-the-drive drive exclusively in Democratic strongholds, including public housing facilities.

Project Vote, ACORN’s still operating vote manufacturing division, confirmed it was working with the rebranded front group as a “partner organization” on its website until a few days ago when Human Events Online reported news of the relationship.

Project Vote then attempted to cover up the fact it was working with PNSJ by scrubbing the reference to the group on the partner organizations page on its website. That page no longer mentions PNSJ but a screen grab of the page made by this writer a month ago clearly shows the group’s name. Such cover-ups are standard operating procedure at ACORN, which until earlier this year was the nation’s largest poor people’s organization, boasting a national membership of 400,000.

What? Did you expect honesty from ACORN?

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