ACORN Worker Charged With Nursing Home Voter Fraud
A local ACORN worker was indicted in St. Louis this week for registering nursing home residents to vote without their consent.
ACORN is the largest radical Leftist group in America today.
The group worked closely with the Obama campaign. The photo below was scrubbed from the ACORN website before the election.
One of Barack Obama’s first big “community organizer” jobs involved ACORN in 1992. Obama also trained ACORN employees. He represented ACORN in court. Obama worked with and protested with ACORN. His campaign donated $800,000 to ACORN this year for voter registration efforts.And, ACORN even canvassed for Obama this year.
This week a local ACORN worker was indicted.
The Saint Louis Post-Dispatch reported:
ST. LOUIS — A voter registration worker with the group ACORN has been indicted on two felony counts of voter registration fraud.
Deidra Humphrey, 44, of East St. Louis, is expected to appear in U.S. District Court in St. Louis this week after a grand jury indicted her on the charges Dec. 31, according to the U.S. attorney’s office.
Humphrey is accused of submitting forged and false voter registration cards for the Nov. 8 general election — including forging cards for nursing home residents — U.S. Attorney Catherine Hanaway said Monday.
Humphrey worked for the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN) and the Missouri Progressive Vote Coalition (ProVote), not-for-profit organizations active during campaign seasons in registering low-income and minority voters.
The indictment says some of the voter registrations Humphrey collected and submitted to election boards in St. Louis and St. Louis County between June and August were false. Humphrey worked separately for ACORN and ProVote.
ACORN, in particular, was the target of criticism from Republicans who expressed concern the group was swelling voter rolls in key swing states with bogus or flawed registration cards.
Obviously, the Republicans were correct to criticize this scandal-plagued Democratic group.