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Black panther party intimidating voters

On the issue of voters, Hill testified as follows: QUESTION: How were third parties reacting to the presence and the actions of the Panther members?

Michael Foster was appearing at a public ‘hustings’ in the Camborne and Redruth constituency when he objected to mention of his luxurious four-bedroom home by Loveday Jenkin who is standing for the Cornish party Mebyon Kernow.

Mr Foster, a former media agent who has represented celebrities including Sacha Baron Cohen and Anne Robinson, said it was a marginal issue in the Cornish constituency, adding: ‘How many people do you know who live in £1 million houses?

What is so odd about this is that Hill was then questioned about that testimony by Commissioner Abby Thernstrom, who has been one of the persons claiming there is no evidence that voters were kept from voting: THERNSTROM: But otherwise, did you see anybody at the polling place who obviously intended to vote, and didn’t end up voting because of the presence of the New Black Panther Party members? They stopped right at the corner of the driveway, circular drive, where I was standing on the phone, and they said, ‘What’s going on?

’ Truthfully, I didn’t really have a good answer for them…But at that exact moment in time, those people were not going near that doorway, and ma’am, I’m not as well versed as you are in these civil rights issues, but they were intimidated.

As I was standing on the corner, I had two older ladies and an older gentleman stop right next to me, ask what was going on. All we know is there’s two Black Panthers here.’ And the lady said, ‘Well, we’ll just come back.’ And so, they walked away.

Of course, no one knows if those voters ever came back – but we know for sure that they left without voting when Hill was there rather than try to get by the New Black Panthers.

Pennsylvania Republican officials said 75 election monitors from the party were turned away from polling places in heavily Democratic sections of Philadelphia Tuesday, but a judge has ordered them reinstated.“It certainly raises the question, what are Democrats doing in the polls that they are working so hard to shield folks from monitoring in this election?

” state Republican chairman Rob Gleason said in a statement.

So why haven’t any witnesses who were actual voters come forward?

I talked to Chris Hill after his testimony before the Civil Rights Commission.

Keep in mind that Bull and Hill were only at the polling place for about an hour, and in that short amount of time they saw several people turn around and leave rather than run the thug gauntlet set up at the front door to the polling place.