House panel to hear charges against ACORN today

Ed Lasky
The folks who registered fraudulent voters and stand ready to staff the census will be accused of "mob tactics" in sworn testimony before Congress today. S.A Miller writes in the Washington Times:

A lawyer for a whistleblower on the activist group ACORN is prepared to tell a House panel Thursday that the group provided liberal causes with protest-for-hire services and coerced donations from the targets of demonstrations through a mob-style "protection" racket.

ACORN called it the "muscle for the money" program, according to prepared testimony Pittsburgh lawyer Heather Heidelbaugh plans to deliver at a hearing of the House Judiciary subcommittee on the Constitution, civil rights and civil

Stay tuned. Expect the MSM to yawn.

Hat tip: Ed Lasky
The folks who registered fraudulent voters and stand ready to staff the census will be accused of "mob tactics" in sworn testimony before Congress today. S.A Miller writes in the Washington Times:

A lawyer for a whistleblower on the activist group ACORN is prepared to tell a House panel Thursday that the group provided liberal causes with protest-for-hire services and coerced donations from the targets of demonstrations through a mob-style "protection" racket.

ACORN called it the "muscle for the money" program, according to prepared testimony Pittsburgh lawyer Heather Heidelbaugh plans to deliver at a hearing of the House Judiciary subcommittee on the Constitution, civil rights and civil

Stay tuned. Expect the MSM to yawn.

Hat tip: Ed Lasky