NOTE: Could this be the beginning of the expected “October Surprise?” PLEASE, pay attention, and let’s DO what we can DO to bring about a FAIR ELECTION, for the sake of our children and their children, so help us GOD!
This, of course, from the NAACP facing its own issues of corruption! A call for UN involvement in the election within our sovereign nation. How “Constitutional” is this? Anyone? Just sayin …
Recently 14 states have passed laws requiring voters to show a picture ID at the ballot box. The laws are designed to stop voter fraud. The NAACP is categorizing the new laws as a “massive effort” to “disenfranchise blacks and Hispanics.”
South Carolina is among the states with a new voter ID law. However, it is not just Republicans who have passed new laws aimed at curbing voter fraud. Rhode Island, where Democrats control both branches of the state legislature, also passed a voter ID law.
The new voter ID laws in South Carolina and other states are being challenged in court. However, the US Supreme Court already upheld a voter ID law in Indiana in 2008. In upholding the Indiana law, the Supreme Court cited Indiana’s “own experience with fraudulent voting in the 2003 Democratic primary for East Chicago.”
In the 2003 Democratic primary for East Chicago, the Indiana Supreme Court threw out the original results due to massive fraud. The case was very racially charged. East Chicago is 51% Hispanic and 36% black. East Chicago mayor Robert Pastrick and several aids were sued by the state for racketeering. Pastrick and several aids were eventually ordered to pay the state a total of $108 million in what was called the “sidewalks for votes” scheme.
The NAACP is planning to go to Geneva to request UN intervention in the 2012 election. The NAACP is also demanding that state laws barring convicted felons from voting be overturned. The NAACP says these laws are unfair to blacks, since blacks commit felonies in great disproportionate to the rest of the population.
UN intervention in a US election would be unprecedented. However, while the NAACP is taking this extreme action, they have never addressed actual voter fraud in the black community.
In fact, the NAACP has it’s own scandalous history with voter fraud. Just this year, an NAACP official in Mississippi was convicted of ten counts of voter fraud.
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