Question by _______: Could the Associated Press gloss over ACORN advising how to set up a child prostitution ring any more?
The AP reports it like this:
“Hidden-camera videos released by conservative activists posing as a prostitute and a pimp have shown ACORN employees giving advice on home buying and how to account on tax forms for the woman’s income.”
The Wall Street Journal reports it like this:
“On Monday, the U.S. Senate voted 83-7 to strip Acorn, the premier community organizing group on the left, of more than $ 1.6 million in federal housing money meant to assist low-income people obtain loans and prepare tax forms. This dramatic step followed last Friday’s decision by the U.S. Census Bureau to sever its ties with the organization, one of several community groups it was partnering with to conduct the nation’s head count.
Both of these actions came after secretly recorded videos involving employees in Acorn’s Brooklyn, N.Y., Washington, D.C., Baltimore, Md. and San Bernardino, Calif. offices were televised on Fox News. The videos were recorded by two independent filmmakers who posed as a prostitute and a pimp and said they were planning to import underage women from El Salvador for the sex trade. They asked for and received advice on getting a housing loan and evading federal taxes. ”
Seriously AP?? “Advice on home buying”?? WTF??
guru…………..”Undercover filming is illegal in Maryland and DC.”
So are a lot of other things you apparently aren’t concerned about. (Child prostitution??)
dino………….I was comparing how the articles described the content in the videos.
Answer by Yaya
Dude, a lot of ur facts are incorrect, but u probably don’t want to hear about that.
It’s amazing that the AP even reported this non-story.
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