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CITIZEN: we got a phone call that there was intimidation going on.
They are dangerous and encourage violence against our men and women in uniform.
The newspaper wrote that a voter in Harrisburg, site of a close state senate race, reported recently getting a mailer that purported to come from the state’s Department of State saying identification is required to vote.
However, a judge ruled more than a month ago that no identification was required for this election, and a Democratic official told the newspaper that the mailer seemed “very suspicious.” Matthew Keeler, a spokesman for the Pennsylvania Department of State, told The Washington Times that the department had sent out the mailer, but that happened more than a month ago before the judge’s ruling.
A reporter for Philadelphia Magazine found a “uniformed member of the New Black Panther Party” Tuesday morning at the entrance to a polling place in the 1200 block of Fairmount Avenue in Philadelphia.
The reporter, Victor Fiorillo, told the man he was going to take his photograph. When the reporter asked the black panther if he was there to provide security, the man replied, “No comment.” Other Black Panthers reportedly showed up at a second polling place in Philadelphia Tuesday morning.
Government officials, lawyers from both parties and watchdog groups are looking for irregularities the could tilt the outcome of the most expensive presidential election in history.
The Committee of Seventy, an election watchdog group in Philadelphia, said Tuesday there was much confusion at polling places in Philadelphia and its suburbs about the voter ID law.
RICK LEVENTHAL/FOX NEWS: i do not even know where to begin, but we have reached a polling place in the city of philadelphia.
The photos show a group of mostly male Black Panthers members dressed menacingly in black tactical gear, carrying shot guns and semi-automatic weapons, and hoisting a Stacey Abrams for Gov. According to Breitbart News, a spokesman for Abrams’ Republican opponent, Brian Kemp, said that the radical hate group is intimidating voters: It’s no surprise that militant Black Panthers are armed and patrolling the streets of Georgia for Stacey Abrams.
The Black Panthers are a radical hate group with a racist and anti-semitic agenda.
Police apparently moved him along (transcript by TV Eyes): JANE SKINNER: breaking election news, we have reports of possible voter intimidation in some way — pennsylvania. RICK LEVENTHAL: i do not even know where to begin, but we have reached a polling place in the city of philadelphia.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating