Video: Matthew Vadum, Capital Research Center: ACORN, George Soros, and Voter Fraud in the 2008 Elections

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December 24, 2008 — You've seen the ACORN undercover pimp/prostitute investigation videos, and read how the whole ACORN Empire is collapsing because their crimes have been revealed. Now you can learn more about their radical agenda and tactics, and that of left wing bankroller George Soros. Learn how Soros made his money and manipulates currencies, and how he organized ACORN's "Project Vote" group and many, many other radical activities.



Matthew Vadum of the Capital Research Center is one of the top experts on Soros, ACORN and their agenda. Mr. Vadum also disccusses ACORN's role in the 2008 election, including the "Secretary of State Project," where leftists targeted secretary of state offices in recent years, pouring money into these obscure elections to elect radicals willing to make sure liberals win. The falsely-registered "names" in Ohio were not properly challenged or thrown out due to the Secretary of State's refusal to police the registration process. Mention is made of Saul Alinsky as well as the strategy of Antonio Gramsci--the Communist strategist of the "long march."



Source: TCCTV
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Added: 4 years ago.
Topic: American Politics

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