Investigate Jerry Brown

Mark J. Fitzgibbons
California’s Attorney General Jerry Brown is going to investigate "both ACORN and the circumstances under which ACORN employees were videotaped."  That’s right.  He’s going after filmmakers James O'Keefe and Hannah Giles.  He’d just assume rough up the young folks who caught ACORN committing unlawful acts while Jerry Brown and his staff weren’t catching ACORN committing unlawful acts.
 
Jerry Brown is one of ACORN’s A-rated attorneys general.  In other words, all the while ACORN was engaged in its apparently many unlawful activities in his state, Jerry Brown was helping ACORN on the taxpayer dime.

It’s a bad sign, to say the least, when the chief law enforcement officer of a state is actually helping an entity that is running afoul of multiple laws.  In fact, that should be career ending, which may explain his motives for going after the two young filmmakers in his investigation.

Factor in, if you will, the continuously emerging evidence that ACORN is an entity that has been actively engaging in partisan political activity favorable to Jerry Brown-types.

Brown’s office released a letter stating in part, "The Attorney General shares your concerns and he takes seriously his obligation to see that the laws of California are uniformly and adequately enforced."
 
Uh-huh.
 
Did I mention Jerry Brown wants to be governor of California?  Thoroughly and professionally investigating ACORN could hurt his get-out-the-vote efforts, and certainly might affect its vast network’s endorsement of him.
California’s Attorney General Jerry Brown is going to investigate "both ACORN and the circumstances under which ACORN employees were videotaped."  That’s right.  He’s going after filmmakers James O'Keefe and Hannah Giles.  He’d just assume rough up the young folks who caught ACORN committing unlawful acts while Jerry Brown and his staff weren’t catching ACORN committing unlawful acts.
 
Jerry Brown is one of ACORN’s A-rated attorneys general.  In other words, all the while ACORN was engaged in its apparently many unlawful activities in his state, Jerry Brown was helping ACORN on the taxpayer dime.

It’s a bad sign, to say the least, when the chief law enforcement officer of a state is actually helping an entity that is running afoul of multiple laws.  In fact, that should be career ending, which may explain his motives for going after the two young filmmakers in his investigation.

Factor in, if you will, the continuously emerging evidence that ACORN is an entity that has been actively engaging in partisan political activity favorable to Jerry Brown-types.

Brown’s office released a letter stating in part, "The Attorney General shares your concerns and he takes seriously his obligation to see that the laws of California are uniformly and adequately enforced."
 
Uh-huh.
 
Did I mention Jerry Brown wants to be governor of California?  Thoroughly and professionally investigating ACORN could hurt his get-out-the-vote efforts, and certainly might affect its vast network’s endorsement of him.