Even mainstream media outlets are now reporting on the disturbing undercover videos showing ACORN employees aiding and abetting child prostitution, sex trafficking, and fraud. While most reaction to the scandal revolves around the community organizers’ receipt of federal funds, Brenda Zurita, Research Fellow with CWA’s Beverly LaHaye Institute says we should be disturbed mostly by the callous and routine manner with which ACORN employees handled questions from the supposed pimp and prostitute. This points to the larger concern over our culture’s callousness to prostitution and the rising demand it creates for trafficked children.
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