Tuesday, October 13, 2009

ACORN transvestite vote fraud?

Jesse Hathaway is right: How the heck did I miss this one? I spent the weekend hanging out with Matthew Vadum, and surely at some point he told me about his American Spectator scoop:
The activist group ACORN, which has long worked with criminals as it preys on the weak and the troubled, is on the verge of yet another public relations catastrophe.
That's because a cross-dressing Ohio male escort whom ACORN registered multiple times to vote was convicted of full-fledged vote fraud in addition to the lesser crime of voter registration fraud. A spokesman for Cleveland prosecutor Bill Mason confirmed yesterday that a local investigation of ACORN remains wide open.
The conviction of Darnell Nash, apparently known by several aliases including Serina "Sexy Slay" Gibbs, is hugely significant for several reasons . . .
Read the whole thing. No doubt about it. I've been off my A-game lately. Got to get my mojo back.


  1. As much fun as it was, that blog war with Charles Johnson has pulled your eye off the ball some.

    Then again, hits is hits....

  2. Why does it seem ACORN has a fascination with sexual deviance?

  3. Maryk said...
    As much fun as it was, that blog war with Charles Johnson has pulled your eye off the ball some.

    1. Which, of course, is why assholes like Charles exist: To distract other people from doing important work.

    2. Which, of course, is why he chose to attack me while I was covering the 9/12 March on D.C. The envy-ridden worm wouldn't have attacked me if I hadn't been doing good work.

    3. Which, of course, was why it was so important that Charles be outed as a liberal, who had dishonestly pretended to be a conservative merely to attract traffic to his blog.

    4. Which, of course, is why I don't actually regret the blog-war, except that it prevented me from doing the kind of fun stuff I would rather have been doing.

    At any rate, a month after Charles began his vicious attacks, it's time for me to show some discipline and focus on my news-based blogging rhythm. I've still got at least two more installments of the Kentucky trip to write, and I hope to get back to Clay County before the end of the month, so I'll have to concentrate and allot my time more efficiently.