O’Reilly asks whether ACORN voter efforts illegally aided Franken election

First off, Bill O’Reilly makes it clear he is not a Franken supporter: “I despise Al Franken. There’s nothing about him I respect.”

That is why the Fox News host asks Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty here to look into possible fraudulent ACORN voter registrations as a factor in Sen. Al Franken’s narrow election victory over Norm Coleman.

A recent report states that ACORN signed up 43,000 new voters for last November’s election. With  a recent undercover video showing controversial ACORN practices, O’Reilly said he is concerned with the legitimacy of the organization and the voter registrations it gathered.

Read more about this topic on MinnPost: From Kersten to ACORN to Franken to no evidence whatsoever.

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Comments (3)

  1. Submitted by Hiram Foster on 10/07/2009 - 11:42 am.

    O’Reilly doesn’t seem to know how elections work.

  2. Submitted by Bernice Vetsch on 10/07/2009 - 03:48 pm.

    What the recent “undercover video” shows is the depths to which right-wing haters will go to to damage an organization that has accomplished a mountain of good for America’s poor and marginalized citizens.

  3. Submitted by Dave Palen on 10/07/2009 - 10:26 pm.

    The undercover video shows the depth of corruption that Acorn suffers from. No one should care if this fraudulent group of losers wasted contributors money, but, why on earth should taxpayers fund this group? It is disgusting what they did. Any Democrat who defends Acorn is as bad as Acorn.

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