The head of ACORN California has come up with a new defense for its employee in its San Bernadino. They claim she knew it was all a ruse and that she was playing along. Oh, that’s rich.
The head organizer for California ACORN says a new video that appears to show a staffer at the organization’s San Bernardino office is fake journalism.
The video, which was posted shortly before 2 p.m. Tuesday on a Web site called Big Government.com, shows a female ACORN employee talking to a man who claims to be a pimp interested in establishing a brothel where underage immigrant prostitutes would turn tricks in order to raise money for political activity.
The woman, identified on the video as Tresa Kaelke, appears on posted footage to be interested in cooperating the plan. However, California ACORN head organizer Amy Schur said the video is a gross misrepresentation of what actually happened.
“In this video, there are two actors who come into our office and who were messing with us. And our employee was messing with them,” Schur said.
“She (Kaelke) asked if they were joking and asked if they were reporters. They said they weren’t reporters and they aren’t. This is not legitimate news,” Schur said.
I don’t know about you but when two strangers come up to me and say they’re a prostitute and pimp and need my help getting a home loan so they can import underaged El Salvadorean girls to turn tricks to fund the pimp’s congressional campaign, I play along with them, too, like it’s a big joke. Sex slavery, it’s so funny!