Another day, another ACORN scandal

Another day, another ACORN prostitution scandal from Andrew Breitbart's Big command. The 20-something pseudo pimp and prostitute couple, James O'Keefe and Hannah Giles, continue to be ignored by the MSM.

Meanwhile, the increasingly mainstream Fox News' Glen Beck and their other anchors have devoted considerable time to this story, playing the videos of the young couple traveling around the country visiting ACORN offices seeking--and getting help -- from ACORN personnel on buying a house to be used as a whorehouse/bothel, staffed by underaged illegal immigrants.

Their latest travels and their latest video take them to San Bernardino, CA where another helpful ACORN employee, Tresa (Theresa?) Kaelke gives them advice.

Earlier on the video, O'Keefe tells Kaelke that they've been discriminated against by banks and other institutions in their search to land a home.

"ACORN will tell you the same thing, they will," Kaelke said. "You might get an old-timer like myself who really knows what's up and who could care less."

Kaelke said her supervisor "would shoot this down faster than a bat out of hell" but advised the couple to conceal the prostitution business by calling it a massage parlor.

What do you think about my idea about disguising it as a spa?" Giles asks.

"That's exactly what I would do," Kaelke said. "And they're all over the place - Thai massage, Swedish massage, I mean, there's just a bunch of them."

It is reassuring to know that Ms. Kaelke believes her supervisor "would shoot this down faster than a bat out of hell;" perhaps they'll show other videos of other ACORN personnel doing just that.

Kaelke expresses doubts about the pair "If I didn't know better, and I don't, but I would think this is a total setup." and ACORN representatives defend her

ACORN issued a statement Tueday evening saying that Kaelke, indeed, suspected she was being set up and only responded as she did to play along with the obviously fake pimp and prostitute.

"She matched their false scenario with her own false scenarios," ACORN said in its written statement.


But ACORN, in its response to the new video, quoted Kaelke as saying the O'Keefe and Giles "were not believable."

"Somewhat entertaining, but they weren't even good actors. I didn't know what to make of them," she said. "They were clearly playing with me. I decided to shock them as much as they were shocking me ... saying the most outrageous things with a straight face."

Some of the "outrageous things" she said were that she sympathized with them as she formerly ran an escort service and once had paid sex and that she even murdered her husband who abused her.

So, who is telling the truth? More to come, I'm sure.