BREITBART reports today that ACORN, famous for many things including election fraud and forcing banks to loan to poor people who cannot afford to pay back the loan has AS PREDICTED re-branded after its organization into at least 174 different new and existing non-profit organizations, some of which...you guessed it...receive federal funds.
This week, Cause of Action, a nonprofit focusing on government accountability released a full list of re-branded former ACORN entities, still-active ACORN entities, and ACORN allies. The list is a shocking 174 organizations long. It includes the federally funded Affordable Housing Centers of America (AHCOA) – the successor to ACORN – and the Mutual Housing Authority of New York (MHANY). MHANY is affiliated with the New York Communities for Change, a re-branded ACORN entity, which brags that the Obama Housing and Urban Development Department has approved it as a housing counselor. According to MHANY, it receives funds from the Federal Home Loan Bank, HUD, and Fannie Mae.
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