Barack Obama Tells ACORN Members They Will Shape Presidential Agenda

ACORN’s voter fraud has been broken wide open now that its offices in Nevada were raided and a about a dozen other states are now investigating voter fraud and ACORN’s role in it. Well here’s Barack Obama in a video telling ACORN and others that should he win the presidency they will help him shape his presidential agenda. Get ready folks. ACORN, the same group that has been committing voter fraud for years, will have the full support of a President Barack Obama.

ACORN’s voter fraud is so vast, that a former State Supreme Court Justice of Pennsylvania held a press conference yesterday and said she simply doesn’t have much confidence that the vote in Pennsylvania will be fair:

A retired Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justice says that she is “not confident we can get a fair election” in the state come November.

Justice Sandra Newman, accompanied by Dauphin County District Attorney Edward Marsico and Pennsylvania Republican State Chairman Robert Gleason, expressed her concerns at a Harrisburg press conference this morning. A thick document replete with photo copies of phony registrations and aerial shots of vacant lots used as “addresses” for “voters” was handed out to journalists.

Gleason was even more explicit.

“Between March 23rd and October 1st, various groups, including ACORN, submitted over 252,595 registrations to the Philadelphia County Election Board” with 57, 435 rejected for faulty information. “Most of these registrations were submitted by ACORN, and rejected due to fake social security numbers, incorrect dates of birth, clearly fraudulent signatures, addresses that do not exist, and duplicate registrations. In one case, a man was registered to vote more than 15 times since the Primary election.”

This is the group Barack Obama says he want to shape his potential presidency. More and more we are learning that the word integrity is not part of his vocabulary.

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