Saturday, May 30, 2009

Obama's Justice Dept. reveals it's racist side

You are about to be ruled by the black man, cracker.”

Can you just imagine if there was actual videotape of the Ku Klux Klan in full white robe and hood dress, standing in front of a polling place with nightsticks, intimidating would be voters from exercising their right to vote on Election Day. Our side has been accused of this kind of stuff for years, especially when the Democrat candidate for President has lost an election. We heard about this kind of stuff going on in Florida back in 2000 but there's never been any video or even a photo that has ever surfaced that has shown such a despicable act. Well now it has actually happened. Only it wasn't the Ku Klux Klan doing the intimidating of voters. It was the New Black Panther Party and it happened at a polling place in Philadelphia.

Now this isn't meant to be some sort of BREAKING NEWS event and I'm learning about this for the very first time. I was well aware of it when it happened. What is BREAKING NEWS about this whole story is that the Obama Justice Department has decided that their not going to pursue the matter and have ordered their lawyers to drop the whole matter, even though they had already secured a default judgement against the three individuals in the videotape. Hope&Change anyone?

EXCLUSIVE: Career lawyers overruled on voting case (Washington Times)
Why is the Obama Justice Department protecting New Black Panthers? (Michelle Malkin)
Document drop: Witness affidavit in NBPP voter bullying case (Michelle Malkin)
Who pressured Justice to drop case against voter intimidation in Philly? (Hot Air)
Obama DOJ - now dismissing lawsuit won by default against the Black Panthers Vote at your ask risk from now on (Fire Andrea Mitchell)
Real Voter Intimidation - No Biggie! (QandO)
Case against nightstick wielding “poll watchers” closed (Radio Vice Online)

BTW, Obama's racist Justice Dept. is going after another real law enforcement person.


Chuck said...

Funny how the Dems are all of a sudden quiet on voter supression huh?

Flavor Country said...

I am extremely disturbed by this one. I certainly hope the press gets an answer on this one.

They have to answer why they decided to drop this case.