Thursday, October 1, 2009

An ACORN Plot in Oklahoma?

The Oklahoman has published an article about an alleged ACORN conspiracy in Oklahoma that it says proves ACORN is a political entity.

Mike Reynolds (R-Oklahoma City) said he was contacted in late summer 2008 by people who had leased office space near SW 25 and Robinson Avenue to ACORN. He was told the group had stopped paying the lease. Reynolds said he bought two computers for which passwords were found in desks.

Reynolds says he recovered documents that show the community-organizing group ACORN focused on helping Democrats in three legislative races in the November 2008 election and had developed a game plan to "take power" in Oklahoma within five years. The documents, which include legislative district maps and various forms, were recovered from computers abandoned by ACORN workers in Oklahoma City. Reynolds, who said he had been busy with legislative matters the past several months, said about 1,600 documents are on the computers. Some of them have nothing to do with Oklahoma and deal with other states.

Let's keep an eye on this to see if anything develops.

You can find the original article here.

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