Recently Hannah Giles and her companion, James O'Keefe made national news by exposing corruption at the Baltimore office of ACORN. This was widely reported on FOX News while the rest of the MSM media remain silent. The silence of the MSM just reaffirms what many already know, that those in the MSM will do everything in their power to protect the president of the United States who is closely allied with ACORN. The corruption within ACORN is matched by those "so-called" reporters at MSNBC, NBC, ABC, CBS, The New York Times and many others---so be it, the truth still came out despite their silence.
These two young people, Hannah and James have done what no other politician or group of politicians has been able to do. Next year when the census takers come to your home, to count you and yours, you will NOT have to look into the ugly face of ACORN. ACORN will not be assisting with the census thanks to Hannah and James. Every American regardless of party affiliation should thank these brave young people, who by their actions have helped to expose this cancer, this despicable bunch of crooks, liars, cheats, and political cronies of the American left. They two have literally put their lives in danger and I contend they are marked people, and targets of ACORN goons.
And now if you can believe it,the state of Maryland may charge these two young people with crimes instead of going after the thugs and scum in ACORN. If the prosecutor in Maryland proceeds to charge these two a cry will go up that surely will be heard at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. See details of this Maryland story below:
James O'Keefe, the intrepid filmmaker who teamed with National Journalism Center intern Hannah Giles in the ACORN video sting, now faces the prospect of being prosecuted by the Baltimore City State's Attorney for violating a Maryland that makes it illegal to tape an individual without their prior permission.
If he is convicted, O'Keefe could spend five years in the Maryland State Prison. Yes, you read that right. Here's the complete statement issued late yesterday by the prosecutor, Patricia Jessamy: read full story