Saturday, December 05, 2009

Not making any sense

"The leader of the New Black Panther Party for Self-Defense says the U.S. Justice Department was right to drop a voter intimidation suit against his group because the case was weak."

, but if that is indeed the case then why did that virulently racist group go ahead and

"[suspend] the member who stood outside a Philadelphia polling place with a nightstick during last year's presidential election"?

We've commented on this outrageous story twice, once on Election Day last November and then again in May, right after Attorney General Eric "Neutral, leaning towards favorable" Holder's Justice Department decided to let these goons off the hook for some unknown reason. In case anyone's forgotten, here's just one small video of the incident, captured by a local poll watcher:

Now imagine a white person being caught on tape behaving in a similar manner in front of a predominately black polling station. Think they would have been immediately jailed for a hate crime, as well as charged with blatantly intimidating voters?

We certainly do.

"[Malik] Shabazz says he wants to set the record straight"

And ends up failing miserably, in our opinion.

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