While looking into one of Andrew Breitbart's tweets, I found the article that he was referencing on Media Matters. The founder of Media Matters is David Brock who is the ex boyfriend of James Alefantis. The main thing they try to disprove are claims of child prostitution being uncovered. There is a LOT of information here.
Relevant Tweet: https://twitter.com/AndrewBreitbart/status/32808220523233282
"Early on did John Podesta imagine his baby @mmfa would be covering up for underage sex slave ops & H8 crimes against blacks?" (February 2, 2011)
@mmfa is the twitter for Media Matters for America.
I did a search of posts between January 1, 2011 and February 2, 2011 and I came across the post titled "A Refresher Course on Andrew Breitbart's Dishonesty Tactics" exactly one day before Breitbart made this tweet.
The article attempts to disprove evidence of child prostitution revealed in undercover videos of ACORN.
Regarding Lila Rose's article (no longer available) "Planned Parenthood Advises 'Pimp' on Underage Sex Trafficking, Secret Abortions for Minors"
"This video reveals a top-level Planned Parenthood worker, the manager of Planned Parenthood of Central New Jersey's second largest clinic, making a secret deal with a pimp. Watch and listen as the Planned Parenthood manager, Amy Woodruff, advises the pimp how to make the trafficking of underage girls look "as legit as possible" (her words). Watch and listen as the manager advises the pimp how to ensure that his 14-year old victims of trafficking can still make money for him after secret abortions by performing sex acts "waist up" (her idea). Watch as she advises the pimp to instruct his girls to lie on the paper work about their ages, and identify themselves as "students" to get cheaper contraception and avoid mandatory reporting laws.
We are calling on Congress to immediately freeze all funding of Planned Parenthood. We request that the Department of Justice and FBI launch a full-scale investigation of Planned Parenthood and prosecute the aiding and abetting of human trafficking.
We are also calling on state authorities to immediately revoke the licenses of all Planned Parenthood clinics found covering up sex abuse.
As we release this footage, it disturbs me to think of the Planned Parenthood supporters who will watch this video and still refuse to believe their own eyes and ears. No matter the evidence, a few people will refuse to believe Planned Parenthood would ever do anything wrong. To these people I ask: What more will it take? [Big Government, 02/01/11]"
But Planned Parenthood Actually Reported The "Potential Sex Trafficking" To Law Enforcement Officials. On January 24, Planned Parenthood released the following statement, titled "Planned Parenthood Informs Federal Authorities of Potential Sex Trafficking":
According to mmfa, Planned Parenthood reported about potential sex trafficking to Law enforcement and on January 24, 2011 released a statement:
"Last week, Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA) alerted federal authorities to a potential multistate sex trafficking ring. Over a five day period, visitors to Planned Parenthood health centers in six states said they were seeking information from Planned Parenthood about health services Planned Parenthood could provide to underage girls who were part of a sex trafficking ring. Subsequent to alerting U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder, Planned Parenthood learned the identify of one of those involved and believes these visits are likely a hoax by opponents of legal abortion seeking to discredit Planned Parenthood, which delivers preventive health care and abortion services to three million women each year.
Men, sometimes accompanied by a woman, have visited at least 11 Planned Parenthood health centers in six states within a one-week time frame. During their visits, they claimed to be involved in sex trafficking of teens, some of whom are in the United States illegally. These men appeared at health centers without appointments and said that they were seeking health services for themselves, but they quickly turned the conversation to the sex ring they said they were managing.
"When Planned Parenthood learns of an operation that exploits young women, we vigilantly work with law enforcement authorities to uncover and stop this abhorrent activity," said Stuart Schear, PPFA vice president for communications. "Planned Parenthood's top priority is the health and safety of our patients and the health and well-being of women and teens across the country, and we have been in contact with federal and local authorities to identify the persons involved in these visits."
One of the men involved in these visits has now been identified, and he appears to be associated with or influenced by Live Action, an anti-Planned Parenthood organization that uses surreptitious videotaping and manipulative editing for media and political campaigns. The pattern of these visits and the highly unusual nature of the information being shared with staff lends credibility to the possibility that these multistate visits are part of this organization's ongoing effort to "bring down" Planned Parenthood, a nearly 100-year-old organization with more than 800 health centers from coast to coast. Live Action is associated with James O'Keefe, the conservative activist who was arrested for attempting to wiretap the offices of Senator Mary Landrieu of Louisiana.
In recent years Planned Parenthood has been the target of activists attempting to portray the organization negatively by secretly videotaping inside health centers and publicizing heavily edited versions of those tapes to the media. Recent incidents are the first time that such visitors have told Planned Parenthood staff that they are involved in sex trafficking of minor girls.
"If a multistate sex trafficking operation is in place, those responsible must be pursued to stop the exploitation of girls and young women," said Schear. "If these visits are part of a 'dirty tricks' campaign, they must be condemned. Falsely claiming sex trafficking to health professionals to advance a political agenda is an astoundingly cynical form of political activity."
All Planned Parenthood staff have been alerted to the suspicious visits, and Planned Parenthood is working with FBI investigators and local authorities. [Planned Parenthood, 1/24/11, emphasis in original]"
Planned Parenthood Article: https://www.plannedparenthood.org/about-us/newsroom/press-releases/planned-parenthood-informs-federal-authorities-potential-sex-trafficking
(Also, notice that it was published in January 2011 but was updated on April 25th, 2016.)
One of the claims on this article for media matters:
"Most Of The ACORN Videos Did Not Clearly Show That O'Keefe And Giles Were Engaging In Child Prostitution. In fact, in at least six of the eight heavily edited videos produced by O'Keefe and Giles and distributed by Breitbart, either the activists did not clearly tell the ACORN employees that they were planning to engage in child prostitution; or the ACORN employees refused to help them or apparently deliberately misled them; or ACORN employees contacted the police following their visit. [Media Matters, 12/8/09]"
The title of the earlier article (from December 2009) said there was NO evidence but this article says "MOST" did not show this.
I can't help wondering, does this mean that videos that do show this were found?
Links to Veritas Investigation Videos on ACORN:
ACORN investigation overview video
NYC Child Prostitution:
San Bernadino Child Prostitution:
San Diego Child Prostitution Smuggling:
Planned Parenthood Undercover Video