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TSHTF: Democratic Lawmaker and Conservative Group Exchange Accusations Of Voter Intimidation

 
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TSHTF: Democratic Lawmaker and Conservative Group Exchange Accusations Of Voter Intimidation
Methinks it will get violent on Tuesday. Maybe that's the real reason Obama's leaving the country.

When the shit hits the fan, he'll declare martial law.

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Members of a conservative Houston group accused of voter intimidation say they are sending dozens of volunteers to watch that no illegal voting or other fraud takes place at the polls on Tuesday, but critics like Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee, D-Texas, say the group just wants to prevent minorities from voting.

The King Street Patriots, who have ties to Tea Party activists, have dispatched volunteers to 36 of the 37 voting precincts in Harris County to monitor the crucial midterm elections on Tuesday that are expected to return Republicans to power in the House, MyFoxHouston.com reported.

The New Black Panther Party says it will monitor the Patriots after Patriots leader Catherine Engelbrecht was caught on video warning poll watchers about Black Panther members in Houston.

Quannell X, leader of the Panthers in Harris County, said the group will be at the polls to make sure minorities can vote. Quannell X promised that members his group will not intimidate voters at the poll or carry a nightstick like members in Philadelphia did in 2008, leading to a controversial Justice Department investigation.
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Re: TSHTF: Democratic Lawmaker and Conservative Group Exchange Accusations Of Voter Intimidation
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Ain't gonna be no widespread violence.

A couple Tea Party fags might fight with some liberal college douches at a place or two, that's it.

A couple people might get into verbal tussles with dumbass Black Panther fags, that's it.

I can bet that Fox News will be whining about "liberals" committing voter fraud, MSNBC will be whining about Tea Partiers, blah blah fucking blah.

Meanwhile, the world will continue on as it always has.

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