Philadelphia two black panthers blocking and intimidating voters

22 Jul

He called Perez the “most extreme cabinet nominee” he had ever seen.According to Town Hall, Republicans have been removed from the following precincts: the 44th Ward, 12th and 13th divisions; 6th Ward, 12th division; 32nd Ward, Division 28.Mc Cain spokesman Ben Porritt told Townhall, “Election board officials guard the legitimacy of the election process and the idea that Republicans are being intimidated and banned for partisan purposes does not allow for an honest and open election process.” Pennsylvania Secretary of State Pedro Cortes said the situation is currently being resolved in court.“We’re saying that the poll watcher is not allowed to stay in the poll and watch,” the complainant said. Then, later on, the election judge came and said essentially that he only had the right to pass through on an intermittent occasion.” Removing the minority party from poll-watching positions is a violation of state law.It is a misdemeanor offense that carries a fine of

He called Perez the “most extreme cabinet nominee” he had ever seen.

According to Town Hall, Republicans have been removed from the following precincts: the 44th Ward, 12th and 13th divisions; 6th Ward, 12th division; 32nd Ward, Division 28.

Mc Cain spokesman Ben Porritt told Townhall, “Election board officials guard the legitimacy of the election process and the idea that Republicans are being intimidated and banned for partisan purposes does not allow for an honest and open election process.” Pennsylvania Secretary of State Pedro Cortes said the situation is currently being resolved in court.

“We’re saying that the poll watcher is not allowed to stay in the poll and watch,” the complainant said. Then, later on, the election judge came and said essentially that he only had the right to pass through on an intermittent occasion.” Removing the minority party from poll-watching positions is a violation of state law.

It is a misdemeanor offense that carries a fine of $1,000 and up to two years of prison time.

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He called Perez the “most extreme cabinet nominee” he had ever seen.According to Town Hall, Republicans have been removed from the following precincts: the 44th Ward, 12th and 13th divisions; 6th Ward, 12th division; 32nd Ward, Division 28.Mc Cain spokesman Ben Porritt told Townhall, “Election board officials guard the legitimacy of the election process and the idea that Republicans are being intimidated and banned for partisan purposes does not allow for an honest and open election process.” Pennsylvania Secretary of State Pedro Cortes said the situation is currently being resolved in court.“We’re saying that the poll watcher is not allowed to stay in the poll and watch,” the complainant said. Then, later on, the election judge came and said essentially that he only had the right to pass through on an intermittent occasion.” Removing the minority party from poll-watching positions is a violation of state law.It is a misdemeanor offense that carries a fine of $1,000 and up to two years of prison time.

,000 and up to two years of prison time.

“As I walked up, they closed ranks, next to each other,” he told Fox News.

“So I walked directly in between them, went inside and found the poll watchers. And they told us not to come outside because a black man is going to win this election no matter what.” He said he then walked back outside and the man with a night stick told him, “‘We’re tired of white supremacy’ and he starts tapping the nightstick in his hand.

On October 17, Trump tweeted, “Of course there is large scale voter fraud happening on and before election day.” As they tried to play defense for their candidate, right-wing media figures invoked the faux New Black Panther scandal.

CNN’s paid Trump surrogates Kayleigh Mc Enany and Scottie Nell Hughes got in on the action, with Mc Enany claiming that Trump “doesn’t want a scenario where there's New Black Panthers outside with guns, essentially like intimidating people from coming into the polls” and Hughes saying that “voter suppression happened when the Black Panthers stood outside the election room.” (CNN’s Kristen Powers retorted, “There was not a single complaint from a single voter.”) Conservative radio hosts joined in, with Mike Gallagher asserting that “in Philadelphia we know all about the New Black Panther movement and what they did in Philadelphia at the polling places,” and Howie Carr accusing the Obama administration of “refus[ing] to prosecute” them for “roaming outside polling places, precincts in Philadelphia with baseball bats and threatening white people.” Key figures in creating the scandal have also resurfaced to defend Trump’s voter fraud narrative. Christian Adams to push the myth that “dead people are voting …

The Department of Justice whistleblower who resigned over the New Black Panther Party voter intimidation case said President Barack Obama’s labor secretary nominee Thomas Perez is the “most extreme cabinet nominee in 70 years.” J. “Different business groups who don’t think the nominee matters should pay close attention to Perez’s record,” Adams said in an interview with the As a privately owned web site, we reserve the right to edit or remove comments that contain spam, advertising, vulgarity, threats of violence, racism, anti-Semitism, or personal/abusive attacks on other users.