Way back in March–long before the James and Hannah “pimp and ho’ road show,” the House Subcommittee on the Constitution, Civil Rights and Civil Liberties, held a hearing where serious fraud allegations were raised against ACORN. Rep. John Conyers pressed the subcommittee Chair, Rep. Jerry Nadler, to hold hearings on the charges, calling them “serious.” Rep. Nadler demurred, but assured the public that he would hold hearings if he received “credible evidence” of fraud.
It is a sure bet that Rep. Nadler and I agree on very, very little. However, I would hope we’d agree that video footage of possible conspiracy by ACORN employees to commit tax, mortgage or immigration fraud in five different jurisdictions, on both coasts of the US, would clear just about any bar that could be imagined for “credible evidence.”
Just in case Rep. Nadler is hanging with ABC’s Charlie Gibson and missed this whole story, the folks and the Republican National Lawyers Association have put together a handy video ‘cliff notes’ of the story. Click play, sit back and enjoy…
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