Confirmed: DOJ Helped Bogus Student Group Linked to ACORN Target George Zimmerman (Video)

And, here we thought the Obama Administration was going to focus on jobs!… Boy were we wrong.

The following video documents how the U.S. Dept. of Justice helped the Dream Defenders — a bogus “student group” run by paid activists with links to ACORN and Occupy — target George Zimmerman and the Sanford police chief in April, 2012.

The video includes excerpts from an 82-minute audio recording of an April 19, 2012, meeting headed up by the DOJ official.

Badger Pundit released the video:

The audio was obtained by Judicial Watch. (For background see The Blaze,TownhallRush LimbaughAmerican Thinker, and Conservative  Treehouse.)

Badger Pundit added these highlights:

1.  The DOJ official called Dream Defenders a “student group” and referenced the “students” talking at the meeting.  (5:45 to 6:10)  Yet none of the three members of Dream Defenders who were at the event is a student.  Gabriel M. Pendas graduated from FSU in 2005.  Vanessa Jennifer Baden graduated from FSU in 2007.  Nelini Stamp never attended college. (10:20 to 11:00)

2.  Far from being a “student group,” the organization headed up by Pendas and two other non-students (including Stamp) is “Dream Defenders, Inc.,” a Florida corporation.  (6:50 to 7:00; incorporation details here).

3. Given the background of the three people who appeared on its behalf, there is reason to believe that Dream  Defenders is an “astroturf” front group funded by the lawyers for Travon Martin’s family and/or ultra-left-wing big money sources.  All three have long worked as paid political agitators.

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