Video: Black Panthers Return to Philly Polling Place

John Nolte, Breitbart, November 6, 2012

The report about the New Black Panthers returning to the same Philadelphia polling place they were at in 2008 has been confirmed by Fox News with this video:

In 2008, the Black Panthers were filmed at this same Philadelphia polling location in full uniform and holding what looked like a baton. It was an obvious attempt at voter intimidation. Eric Holder’s Justice Department would eventually drop the charges against the Panthers, in what many claimed was a slam-dunk case of voter intimidation.

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  • Detroit_WASP

    The black panther was clearly blinded by his dark sunglasses and thought the polling place was a welfare office or bus stop and he was naturally drawn to it…like moth to flame.  

    • ageofknowledge

      It’s really a disprespect to the panthera genus to associate criminal dirtbags like these with such a proud animal.

  • Hollywood_Loser

    I recall when the 2008 incident was “resolved” (i.e. dropped) by the Dept. of Social Justice in 2009. Its sole “punishment” was that these Nubian Blackened Panthers had to stay away from polling stations until 2012, and I said to myself, “Oh, how convenient — their restraining order just happens to lift in time for Obama’s re-election vote.”

    And now here we are, with 2008 history repeating itself, as homegrown mau-maus again lurk menacingly outside the sacred voting place, wearing political clothing which, as Laura Ingraham says, is prohibited. Precisely four years ago, these Panthers warned “You are about to be ruled by the black man, cracka!” And, as dumb as these fellows undoubtedly are, they sure were right about that one.

    But I hope and pray that November, 2008 history DOESN’T repeat itself in tonight’s final tally! By midnight I want to be quaffing happy, celebratory “Bye-Bye ‘Bammy” cocktails — not crying in my beer at the prospect of “Fo’ Mo’ Years”.

    • Michael_C_Scott

      Indeed; we walked to get my hair cut and stopped by a liquor store on the way home; tequila and bloody mary mix for me and white wine for the missus. 

      One thing that doesn’t seem to have occurred to these black panther dopes is that if Romney wins, their boy Eric Holder won’t be in the Attorney General’s office to cover for their voter intimidation.

  • libertarian1234

    It looks like the Navy Seals and Special Forces are going in the same places to neutralize black intimidation.

     “Special Forces and Navy SEALS Head to Polls, Counter Black Panther Presence” 
    http://tinyurl.com/a88r879

    • Michael_C_Scott

      That is TOO funny.  A very close friend is a retired Green Beret, and at 76, he’s still one tough old dude; as for Navy Seals, they might as well be a separate species; I’m sure they wouldn’t need weapons for black panthers.

      Is voter-intimidator intimidation a crime?

      • SirKevin1231

        Yes, whenever it is white vs. black no matter if the white is exercising I it’s right to self defense, Holder will still charge them. It’s going to be worse now.

  • http://profiles.google.com/jjames2176 Jesse James

    There is no clearer sign that the Democrat Party stands for third world corruption than the blatant disregard for rule of law that we are seeing across the nation this election.  Taking over polling places, massive voter fraud, busing illegal voters to the polls,  Union intimidation of illegal voters,  throwing out Republican observers in polls across Pennsylvania and this repeat of the Black Panther militia intimidating voters in Philly.  This is Bannana Republic bullshit and the Republicans need to put a stop to it this year one way or the other.  If they ignore it again I will loose all respect for the Republican Party.   Ignoring blatant law breaking is silent consent and is collusion in corruption.    In 2008 we all saw the roaches running across the kitchen floor and yet we didn’t take vigorous measures to get rid of them.  Is it any wonder that our whole house is crawling with vermin now?

    • http://jewamongyou.wordpress.com/ Reuben H

       Are you saying you still have respect for the Republican party? Most of us lost any vestiges of respect for it a long time ago.

      • http://profiles.google.com/jjames2176 Jesse James

         No Reuben, I am a child of the southern working class by birth and a member of the conservative military middle class by vocation.   The problem is that we have no other viable vehicle at this time other than the Republican party.  The “principled” people who sat out the election or worse voted for hopeless fringe candidates only served to advance the cause of Obama and his leftist coalition.  So I voted for Romney even though he is no better on immigration or many other issues that matter to me than Obama.  I am aware of tweedle dee and tweedle dumb nature of our political parties.   I am all too aware that none of the candidates for office ever come close to actually representing my interests.   Yet to not vote at all insures that we never even have token representation and yes Romney for all his faults would make a much better President than Obama.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Michael-Samuel/100003249520680 Michael Samuel

    More FAKE right wing “news”……

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/D7BX764AFX7YRN57CDP7IRUMNE Darryl

    If a single White man wearing a KKK hood stood within 12 miles of a polling place, Jesse Jackson would be sobbing at the Wailing Wall.

  • RisingReich

    I”m quite shocked that someone hasn’t ‘handled’ this already. 
    Anyone who’s paying attention knows these goons WILL NOT be prosecuted.
     

    • sarah stein

       You can’t do much with the FBI watching this guy to make sure he’s not harmed.

  • IstvanIN

    Obama took PA.  I would blame it on the black panthers but after seeing how many white majority states went for Obama we have no one to blame but ourselves.

  • Bon, From the Land of Babble

    Black Panthers:

    Had they been prosecuted and faced serious consequences for violating federal election laws the last time they pulled this, we would not have this now.

    Stupid fools cannot even see that 0bama has brought them greater unemployment than any other group. The lavish handouts they’re given instead make them more beholden and depedent than ever on the federal government.

    They are back on the plantation and don’t even know it.

    Bon

  • IKantunderstand

    Burn the MFr down.

    • Net_Drifter

      I do think whites will have to take a lot less cautious attitude against aggressive people…

  • mobilebay

    What a lawless nation we’ve become. When the authorities ignore the fact of this thug parading around in front of a polling place. Suppose someone in a sheet and pointy hat had been there instead? Would Eric Holder want us to ignore that too?

  • Bobby

    Every time I see and hear about this kind of cr-p, the seccessionists among the white population, start to look better and better.