New York Times Retroactively Scrubs Story to Support ACORN

Things may look rough for the country’s largest left-wing activist group, but the child prostitution–enablers at ACORN still have friends in high places — not only in the White House, but also at the New York Times, which has gone back and revised one of its stories in an attempt to make ACORN’s lies more plausible.

Before the New York episode of the video series James O’Keefe and Hannah Giles have cleverly released piecemeal hit the public, the execrable NY Slimes published this:

This recent scam, which was attempted in San Diego, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Philadelphia to name a few places, had failed for months before the results we’ve all recently seen.

Uh oh, the “scam” did work in New York, as we saw here. Consequently, the Shady Gray Lady changed the passage to this:

In a statement over the weekend, Bertha Lewis, the chief organizer for Acorn, said the bogus prostitute and pimp had spent months visiting numerous Acorn offices, including those in San Diego, Los Angeles, Miami and Philadelphia, before getting the responses they were looking for.

Presto! No more New York.

But wait, we now know that an ACORNista at the San Diego office offered to help them import child sex slaves through Mexico. Time for the Times’ retroactive editors to get busy again.

Excuse me for pointing out the obvious, but the liberal establishment media has zero credibility. When ACORN goes down, it is taking both the Moonbat Messiah and the leftist activists posing as journalists who got him elected with it.

Hat tip: Ace of Spades HQ. On tips from AmericanToTheCore and J. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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