More ACORN Criminal Activity

Nevada files voter fraud charges against ACORN

Nevada’s attorney general on Monday filed criminal charges accusing liberal community activist group ACORN and two of its employees of facilitating voter registration fraud in November’s election by requiring canvassers to submit 20 applications each day or face termination.

Nevada Secretary of State Ross Miller and Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto, both Democrats, announced the charges, stressing that there’s no evidence that the phony registrations led to the casting of votes using fake identities.

A spokesman for ACORN, a nationwide grassroots organization, assailed the action as “political grandstanding.”

ACORN Statement

“This recent attack by the Nevada Secretary of State and Attorney General is the latest in an ongoing assault designed to blame the victim and prioritize media grandstanding above the pursuit of justice.

“From the time ACORN first suspected that some of its employees had tried to defraud ACORN by turning in bogus forms, ACORN repeatedly called its suspicions to the attention of election officials and requested that they investigate immediately.

“Our policy all along has been to pay workers at an hourly rate and to not pay employees based on any bonus or incentive program. When it was discovered that an employee was offering bonuses linked to superior performance, that employee was ordered to stop immediately.

“It is unfortunate that the Secretary of State can’t distinguish the victim from the villain.”

See also:
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