Black panthers intimidating voters video
The man with the nightstick responded, “Uh, security,” and asked why he was taking pictures.
He told them, “I think it might be a little intimidating that you have a stick in your hand.” He continued, “I am a concerned citizen, and I’m just worried that …” “So are we, and that’s why we’re here,” the Black Panther with the nightstick interrupted.
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Armed Black Panthers blocked a doorway to a polling location to intimidate voters in Philadelphia, Pa., according to Republican poll observers.
Here is the report JANE SKINNER: breaking election news, we havereports of possible voter intimidation in some way — pennsylvania.republicans saying that two black panthers have been blocking thedoorway of one polling locations. one ofthe two black panthers who was allegedly blocking the door is standingright over here, with an accused us of intimidating voters because wewere here with a camera and microphone.
RICK LEVENTHAL: i do not even know where to begin,but we have reached a polling place in the city of philadelphia.
Commission on Civil Rights denounced allegations by some pundits that the Justice Department is refusing to pursue a voting rights case against members of the New Black Panther Party because of race, and suggested that the charges being made by right-wing figures are politically motivated.
“As I walked up, they closed ranks, next to each other,” he told Fox News.
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Appearing on CBS' "Face the Nation" Sunday, the commission's vice chair, Abigail Thernstrom, said, "We have no direct evidence that [the NBP activists] actually intimidated anybody, stopped them from voting."Thernstrom even characterized the case, in a recent column published by the National Review, as "small potatoes."Of Adams' charges that DOJ is discriminatory in prosecution, Thernstrom said, "We certainly have no direct evidence that anybody in the Justice Department said 'We're not going to prosecute this case because we have racial double standards: We protect blacks, we don't protect whites.' "I think the evidence is extremely weak," Thernstrom told anchor Bob Schieffer.
"If the Justice Department chooses - and I would be delighted if it did so - to send to us, for instance, somebody who is at that alleged brown bag meeting in which [Deputy Assistant Attorney General] Julie Fernandez said, 'We don't prosecute cases [against] blacks …' fine. I want evidence."Wall Street Journal columnist John Fund, also appearing on "Face the Nation," argued that not all the facts are known, "because the Justice Department is stonewalling subpoenas issued by the U. Commission on Civil Rights."Two African-American poll watchers testified they were intimidated," said Fund.
he did not answer questions,other people here have confirmed that another person in black pantherattire was holding a night stick and apparently the concern was thatthey were intimidating people who were trying to go inside to vote.