Black panthers blocking intimidating voters

In fact, the OPR report states that Deputy Acting Assistant Attorney General Steve Rosenbaum required that “all sections under his supervision” submit filings three days before the deadline.This was in part because of the leadership in the voting section, who Rosenbaum felt failed to give him adequate background on a case in Missouri.Adams admitted that he had no first-hand knowledge of the conversations leading to the decision.

Kelly spent only 20 seconds of her show covering the report.

But the damage was already done, and the obsessive coverage of the non-event has bubbled back up in the 2016 presidential election.

At one location, Jerry Jackson and King Samir Shabazz, carrying a nightstick, stood outside dressed in black, official-looking garb.

The two were accused of making intimidating remarks to voters, both black and white.

He was jailed and slapped with charges of illegal gun possession and illegally wearing body armor. This is the same thug who says black people should create militias to exterminate whites, skin them alive, pour acid on them, sick pit bulls on them, bust their heads with rocks and even raid nurseries to “kill everything white in sight.” The same newspaper quotes the Black Panther leader, a Philly street preacher, on a black-power radio show: “I would love nothing more than to come home with a cracker’s head in my book bag.” The news article points out that “such sentiment hasn’t gotten him arrested.” But Shabazz did get charged for violating federal law during the 2008 presidential election when he and his Black Panther posse blocked a polling station in Philadelphia, clad in paramilitary outfits and brandishing weapons.

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