Best News Of 2010: ACORN Douche-Pimp Arrested For Wiretapping Conspiracy!

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All aboard the ass-rape train!FINALLY. The same pasty biotch who did Andrew Breitbart’s bidding to entrap ACORN in some minor prank that would get Congress to immediately revoke its entire funding… which was completely successful… has been arrested by the FBI for TRYING TO WIRETAP A SENATOR’S OFFICE. Cannot wait to hear the conservative spin on this one. (Perhaps he is really a liberal? Let’s just call him a “liberal” from now on…)

Hahahhahahahahahahha:

The FBI, alleging a plot to wiretap Democratic Sen. Mary Landrieu’s office in downtown New Orleans, arrested four people Monday, including James O’Keefe, a conservative filmmaker whose undercover videos at ACORN field offices severely damaged the advocacy group’s credibility.

FBI Special Agent Steven Rayes alleges that O’Keefe aided and abetted two others, Joseph Basel and Robert Flanagan, who dressed up as employees of a telephone company and attempted to interfere with the office’s telephone system.

A fourth person, Stan Dai, was accused of aiding and abetting Basel and Flanagan. All four were charged with entering fedral property under false pretenses with the intent of committing a felony.

Then again, all we really know now is that the FBI is 100% ACORN-staffed, which we knew already, but still… uh… the poor black people started it!

UPDATE: Commenters watch cable news so we don’t have to! “According to MSNBC, Flanagan is the son of the attorney general for the western part of the state. So, this is very, very interesting (if MSNBC is right).” When have they ever been wrong!

ACORN gotcha man among four arrested for attempting to bug Mary Landrieu’s office [NOLA]

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