Monday, November 1, 2010

Race War? New Black Panthers Pledge To Patrol Voting Stations In Houston, TX

Here we go....another election cycle and the New Black Panther Party will be at the polling stations to intimidate again. This time in one of favorite places, Houston, TX. Seriously, what is this group and this President trying to do by patrolling voting stations? This is what Socialism and Progressives do, intimidate because they have no clear conscience and real plan for the future. It's all about control.

Via Flopping Aces:



These are the men that Obama and Holder have given Justice Department Immunity from Prosecution and these are the new poll police. There were many who predicted this result when the Holder Justice Department granted these men immunity, now we are expected to put up with a new lawlessness under the guise of Obama’s new Security Force.

Don’t be surprised to see Obama’s security forces at your polling station, if they can get away with it in Texas they, can do it anywhere.

The King Street Patriots, who have ties to Tea Party activists, have dispatched volunteers to 36 of the 37 voting precincts in Harris County to monitor the crucial midterm elections on Tuesday that are expected to return Republicans to power in the House, MyFoxHouston.com… reported.

The New Black Panther Party says it will monitor the Patriots after Patriots leader Catherine Engelbrecht was caught on video warning poll watchers about Black Panther members in Houston.

Quannell X, leader of the Panthers in Harris County, said the group will be at the polls to make sure minorities can vote. Quannell X promised that members his group will not intimidate voters at the poll or carry a nightstick like members in Philadelphia did in 2008, leading to a controversial Justice Department investigation.

Jackson Lee called for the Justice Department to investigate incidents of voter intimidation and to send poll monitors to Houston. The Justice Department on Friday issued a list of locations it plans to send monitors for Tuesday’s midterm elections, and Harris County is among the locations.

Jackson Lee said there have been at least 15 reports of voting rights abuses this week alone in Houston.

“Many of these incidents of voter intimidation have been occurring in predominantly minority neighborhoods and have been directed at African-Americans and Latinos,” she said in a written statement. “It is unconscionable to think that anyone would deliberately employ the use of such forceful and intimidating tactics in 2010 to undermine the fundamental, constitutional right to vote.”


Read the whole thing on their site - Flopping Aces. It's pretty amazing

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