Black panthers intimidating voters philadelphia
Things got a little tense in Pennsylvania when two men dressed as Black Panthers stationed themselves outside a Philadelphia polling place.One of the so-called Black Panthers was brandishing a nightstick.When Department of Justice attorneys traveled to investigate a voter intimidation allegation against a black politician in Mississippi's Noxubee County in 2006, one civil rights staff attorney commented, "Can you believe we're going to Mississippi to protect white voters?"To Christopher Coates, the former head of the Department of Justice's voting rights section, the comment was more than just an attempt at irony – it was evidence that something was going wrong in the department. Coates testified before the US Civil Rights Commission, a bipartisan oversight group, alleging that under President Obama, the dismissive attitude of that civil rights staff attorney toward white claims of disenfranchisement at the hands of blacks has essentially become Justice Department policy.But Fox News will be Fox News, so you'll probably see them rehashing this story for FOUR MORE YEARS!Racist thugs camped outside polling places is not voter intimidation... Obama's Atty General Eric Holder got these particular racist thugs off hoping for exactly this outcome.They were clad in some sort of paramilitary garb, and Shabazz was holding a nightstick. Here's ."When I went back to Philly for Election Day 2010, Jerry Jackson was at the same polling place.
I walked up to the door, two gentlemen in Black Panther garb, one brandishing a nightstick, standing in front of the door. At that point, I spoke to him, we would not get into a fistfight, I said, and I called the police.” The police arrived and escorted the “Black Panther” with the nightstick off the premises.If you log in with a social media account, your comment should appear immediately.If you prefer to remain anonymous, you may comment as a guest, using a name and an e-mail address of convenience. This is voter intimidation arranged for by the Obama Administration with hardly enough plausible deniability to wrap a microdot in.And the Black Panthers aren't just outside the polling places. Court-appointed Republican poll inspectors are being forcibly removed from voting stations in some Philadelphia wards and replaced in some cases by Democratic inspectors and even members of the Black Panthers, according to GOP officials.
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So it was no surprise that Fox News, who have played my video hundreds, if not thousands, of times (and I've never been paid a dime..c'est la vie), found Jackson at the same polling place this morning.