Intimidating voters

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I’m going to make them a little bit nervous.” That quote is from a man named Steve Webb who lives in Fairfield, Ohio (a suburb of Cincinnati).

One group of Trump supporters, carrying guns, has already held a “protest” outside a Democratic campaign office in Virginia. The most urgent danger Donald Trump poses to the public safety of the United States isn’t that he will win, or come close to winning, on Election Day.

His replacement, Emilio Vazquez, had to run a write-in campaign, as did several others, including Green Party candidate Cheri Honkala.It’s that he will be so obviously doomed to lose that he’ll fan his supporters into a frenzy and people will get hurt.Problems at the polls surfaced early Tuesday in the battleground state of Pennsylvania, with Republican election monitors being turned away from polling places and members of the New Black Panther Party appearing at voting sites in Philadelphia. The DOJ also pursued an injunction preventing any future deployment of or display of weapons by Black Panther members at the entrance of a polling location. v=8PRYJqfc Ee0 Not surprisingly, a few months later the Obama DOJ quietly dropped the charges and it all disappeared like a bad dream.The documents directly contradict sworn testimony by Obama’s Assistant Attorney General for the Civil Rights Division, Thomas Perez, that no political leadership was involved in the decision.

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