Black panther intimidating
Rubin’s claim rested on the fact that, shortly after Obama took office, interim leaders of the civil rights division dropped some of the charges in a voter intimidation case against the New Black Panther Party.
Thus, taking similar actions again in 2012, in his view, wouldn’t be problematic.
Chelsea Schilling is a news and commentary editor for WND and a proud U. Schilling also worked as a news producer at USA Radio Network and as a news reporter for the Sacramento Union.
This is voter intimidation arranged for by the Obama Administration with hardly enough plausible deniability to wrap a microdot in.
And the Black Panthers aren't just outside the polling places. Court-appointed Republican poll inspectors are being forcibly removed from voting stations in some Philadelphia wards and replaced in some cases by Democratic inspectors and even members of the Black Panthers, according to GOP officials.
The head of the civil rights division under Bush had broken civil service laws by seeking to purge liberals from the division and then lying to Congress about it, and, to conservatives like Rubin, the New Black Panther case was proof that the Obama Justice Department was no less politicized.