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Though representatives of "True the Vote" were there to report the violations, they were told by someone from the city that the NAACP could violate the law and operate within 100' of the polls.
Somebody tell me: How is the NACCP distinguishing themselves from the Black Panthers, or from the Ku Klux Klan in the past? Not in the sense of violence, but in the tactics used by these groups to either intimidate voters to vote how they wanted them to, or to not vote at all?
And where are the police to enforce the sacredness of these polling stations, which are to be free of any type of coercion for the people who go to perform our most basic duty of voting in a free country?
We don't need UN poll watchers here, we need the American people to stand up and say that this is enough. I don't for one second believe that this is some spontaneous thing that the local chapter of the Houston NAACP decided to do. This is the district of the infamous Sheila Jackson-Lee, one of the stupidest, and most racist members of Congress, who showed up at polling stations in 2010 to shake hand with people at polling stations, clear violation of election laws. This kind of stuff is going to continue to happen in areas where the Dems think they can get away with it.
All of this kind of stuff comes from the top. Obama and his regime will not have fingerprints on this kind of stuff, but they have given their nod of approval to those who can coordinate this stuff.
This is Obama and Chicago-style politics on a national level.
REPORT: NAACP OPERATIVES INVADE HOUSTON POLLING STATION
Posted on November 3, 2012 at 8:00pm by Becket Adams
Members of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) on Friday allegedly descended on a polling station in Houston to “encourage” people to vote for President Barack Obama, Townhall.com’s Katie Pavlich reports.
Poll watcher Eve Rockford, who was trained by True the Vote, claims three people wearing NAACP labeled clothing showed and started handing out bottled water to people waiting in line. After that, they started “stirring up the crowd,” at one point even mentioning flying people to Ohio to promote the president.
Surprised by what she was seeing, Rockford notified Polling Supervisor Rose Cochran.
“I went to the polling supervisor and let her know that it was not appropriate that they were in the building handing out water. She ignored me. I repeated my statement. She told me that she would handle it,” Rockford said in an incident report released True the Vote.