Democrats intimidate voters blame it on Republicans


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The top Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee and the likely next leader of Senate Democrats have asked Attorney General Loretta Lynch to deploy even more election observers to the polls next week due to “outrageous” voter intimidation threats.
In the Friday letter to Lynch and Vanita Gupta, who heads the Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division, Sens. Pat Leahy (D-Vt.) and Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) said they’re concerned that in the first presidential election since the Supreme Court’s 2013 ruling striking down a section of the Voting Rights Act the DOJ plans to send fewer observers out into the field.
“In light of the current political environment, the Department should be empowered to train and deploy more election observers, not fewer,” they wrote. “Without factual basis, some individuals have falsely claimed that the upcoming election could be ‘stolen’ through widespread voter fraud.

Dem Senators To DOJ: Deploy More Poll Watchers Due To “Outrageous” Voter Intimidation Threats By Trump Supporters

Voter fraud has been cropping up all over the place so the democrats trying to redirect the blame are accusing republicans for violence which to date has been manifest with many incidents of democrats attacking republicans

I think this is another preemptive strike to still let them to win in spite of the current situation.


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The top Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee and the likely next leader of Senate Democrats have asked Attorney General Loretta Lynch to deploy even more election observers to the polls next week due to “outrageous” voter intimidation threats.
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I think that’s a good idea IF the observers are not bias.
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Voter fraud has been cropping up all over the place so the democrats trying to redirect the blame are accusing republicans for violence which to date has been manifest with many incidents of democrats attacking republicans
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Typical liberal trick. Any time you are caught doing something accuse the conservatives of doing it. One has to wonder if they also say that conservatives PAY people to start violence (like the democrats have been caught doing).


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Tell them its not Repubs but its RUSSIANS…suprised they are not blaming it on BUSH!


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Yeah, it seems a long time since I’ve heard “it’s Bush’s fault.” Maybe because the left have such short memories they don’t even remember Bush.


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I read some where that the democrats are suing three polling places that have republican observers. Seems to be a ploy to place their own observers there while not having a counter balance to prevent fraud.


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They can’t, as Clinton has allied with the Bush family.


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Doesn’t it seem passingly strange that Democrats are accusing the GOP of “voter suppression” merely for putting observers in some polling places? How does a GOP observer “suppress” the vote? Seems to me that the only thing that’s “suppressed” is voter FRAUD. Why would ANY Democrat legitimate voters be “intimidated” by having a Republican in the polling place?


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Looks like the NAACP has filed suit in NC claiming that very thing. So they want to be there to make sure that NO Republicans are there to intimidate voters. Lets see, ohhh yea they can hire the New Black Panthers land give them ball bats to guard the entrance…LIKE they have done before!!!

Leak: Looks like the NAACP is poised to file over 100 (if not more) lawsuits this week alleging VOTER INTIMIDATION (whether REAL or IMAGINED)…

Look at the power of Blacks in this country. All they have to do is call the NAACP, or stop off at ANY federal EEO office in the US and ALLEGE any flavor of imagined racisim and in come the DoJ and the FBI as a minimum and everything comes to a halt. I believe they have the power to force a win for Hitlery. How many WHITES will walk past a group of black men with baseball bats slapping in their hands, they won’t…
North Carolina NAACP Files Federal Suit to Stop State Voter Suppression | Colorlines

North Carolina NAACP Files Federal Suit to Stop State Voter Suppression

An emergency hearing will take place in federal court tomorrow.

In a federal lawsuit filed yesterday (October 31), the North Carolina Conference of the NAACP charged the North Carolina State Board of Elections with suppressing the votes of African Americans.

“The Tar Heel state is ground zero in the intentional, surgical efforts by Republicans to suppress the voice of voters," Rev. Dr. William Barber II, president of the North Carolina Conference of the NAACP, said in a statement emailed to media outlets. “The NAACP is defending rights of all North Carolinians to participate in this election. We’re taking this emergency step to make sure not a single voter’s voice is unlawfully taken away. This is our Selma and we will not back down and allow this suppression to continue.”

As The Huffington Post reported today (November 1), the complaint compelled an emergency federal hearing, which is scheduled for tomorrow. The lawsuit demands an immediate injunction to prevent local election boards “from illegally cancelling the registrations of thousands of voters who are being targeted in a coordinated effort right out of the GOP playbook to suppress the Black vote in the state,” per the NAACP’s statement.

The lawsuit alleges that election boards cancelled registrations for thousands of voters on the basis of mail being returned as undeliverable to those voters’ residences. It’s an action that the NAACP says violates the National Voter Registration Act, which states the following:

A State shall complete, not later than 90 days prior to the date of a primary or general election for Federal office, any program the purpose of which is to systematically remove the names of ineligible voters from the official lists of eligible voters.

The NAACP argues that these efforts occurred too close to the November 8 election, and that many of the Black voters who were disenfranchised by the state’s actions either still reside at their registered addresses or moved within the county, which would permit them to vote.

The lawsuit comes less than two months after the United States Supreme Court struck down North Carolina’s voter ID law that, like the state’s registration cancellation measures, disproportionately affected African Americans.