Audio: Levin, Blogs Expose Allred Accomplice In Whitman Smear While AP Pleads Ignorance
As first noted in a post from September 30, Mark Levin pressed Gloria Allred on his radio show (initial audio), forcing her to expose the name of self-professed Progressive attorney, Mark Van Der Hout, who is apparently working in conjunction with Allred to produce an extremely dubious political smear on Meg Whitman. Additionally, blog Weasel Zippers has since followed up with still more on the radical Leftist and UN Narc Mark Van Der Hout.
As noted at the very beginning of the audio clip below, excerpted from Mark Levin's show last night, as recently as yesterday, the AP was pleading ignorance, having no idea who Allred's accomplice was. That, despite it having been public knowledge for days thanks to Levin's radio show and blog research. Van Der Hout only now seems to be sticking his nose out from under a rock via a new report in the San Francisco Chronicle this morning.
In the audio below, Sean Hannity joins Mark Levin a few minutes in and Levin also calls for an investigation as to how two Leftist lawyers not known to represent run of the mill illegal aliens teamed up to launch an obvious partisan political attack against Meg Whitman just prior to November's election for Governor of California. Both attorneys now seem to have exposed their mutual client to possible felony prosecution for fraud and deportation. In a press conference yesterday, Allred tried to backtrack by not revealing Van Der Hout's name, despite her being on tape having already revealed it under pressure from Mark Levin.
Van Der Hout, one of the city's pre-eminent immigration lawyers and a self-proclaimed progressive, told us Tuesday that Diaz was referred to him several weeks ago by a fellow attorney. He wouldn't identify the attorney.
"I think someone referred her to Gloria on the matter of her hours and back pay as well," Van Der Hout said.
But again, no names.
What followed was a series of meetings, after which Diaz "ultimately made the decision to go public," Van Der Hout said.
Van Der Hout said he has had "no contact whatsoever" with gubernatorial candidate Jerry Brown or anyone else from the Democratic Party.
Van Der Hout, who was at Diaz's first news conference last week in L.A., declined to say who is paying his fee for trying to win legal status for the ex-housekeeper – or even if he is charging one.
He also declined to say how Diaz has supported herself and her family since leaving Whitman's employ in June 2009.
As for whether it was smart for Diaz to go public, given that she's an illegal immigrant, Van Der Hout said, "People choose a variety of ways to let the immigration bureau know their status."
Asked if the feds had called since she went public, Van Der Hout said: "I can't say."