I guess that uncertainty I mentioned in the previous post is no longer uh, operational.
“There are more,” Mike Flynn, Editor-in-chief of new site BigGovernment.com, told HUMAN EVENTS in an exclusive interview this afternoon regarding the number of undercover films exposing ACORN. Flynn would not reveal the location of the ACORN office where the latest video was filmed, but he said, “It’s a slightly different discussion in this one than you’ve seen so far.” The video should break around 9 p.m. EST.
Flynn said this is not the last one, either. “There are more after that. It is amazing. Stay tuned.”
It gets even better:
… BigGovernment.com aims to cover the whole forest. “There’s a lot more to the Big Government site than just the ACORN videos, and you will see that in the coming months,” Flynn said. It is a beginning. Frustrated Americans protesting in the midst of the forest and looking for more trees to fall can expect sympathetic contributors to keep sawing away at BigGovernment.com. (source, thanks to HotAir Headlines)
I’m still amazed at what citizen journalists are able to do. The mainstream media ignored the Van Jones controversy, to no effect. They have tried to do the same with ACORN and again, this has not helped that criminal enterprise.
Is there any doubt that before the internet or talk radio we would not be getting these stories? Keep that in mind whenever politicians talk about reinstating the fairness doctrine. And do not be surprised when they create a diversity “czar” position and then just happen to fill it with someone who praises how Hugo Chavez has treated the media in that country.
As they say, stay tuned.