Five Videos of Black Panthers "Intimidation" At The Polls In Philly. [Obama's Civilian Security Force?]
The police did come, and had the men leave. At least we are still a free nation as of today, and this may be one of the last acts of free America. Note that the gentleman with the nightstick is now hiding it.
After the police came, Fox News arrived on the scene. One Black Panther remained on scene. However, there was one individual who was there who claimed to have been harassed and intimidated by the Black Panther duo.
When FoxNews attempted to speak to the remaining Black Panther, he became quite defensive stating that FOX News was breaking the law with their mere presence, and did not want to talk to FOX News. The man then proceeds to flip the reporter off. The police then arrive, and tell FOX News they must leave.
After FOX News consulted with their attorneys, learned they could be in front of the polling place, as long as they were 10 feet away from the entrance. FOX News learned that the one Black Panther who remained is a "certified poll watcher". Listening to the man, he has a "nice" attitude for a "certified poll watcher". In the video below, the remaining Black Panther denies any information about the other Black Panther that had the nightstick. Eventually, the man just walks away.
"But an Obama campaign volunteer who's been on the scene since 6:30 AM this morning tells me in a phone interview that there's been absolutely no intimidation of voters at all today. [...]
But Jacqueline Dischell, the Obama volunteer, tells me by phone that that's false.
Dischell confirms that there were in fact two black panthers guarding the polling place, a nursing home on Fairmont Avenue in north Philadelphia, earlier this morning.
But she says one was an officially designated poll watcher (it was not immediately clear which municipal office had designated him in that role), and the second was his friend. The second panther, who left two or three hours ago, was the one with the nightstick, she says.
Dischell says that earlier this morning a few men who identified themselves as being from the McCain campaign came and started taking pictures of the two panthers on their cell phones. She suggested that they seemed to be baiting the panthers, and that the designed watcher may have given them the finger in response to the picture taking.
The police came roughly an hour and a half later. She says she talked to the cops and told them there had been no incident. The police drove away without getting out of the car, she adds.
Some time later, a second, larger group of men whose affiliation couldn't be determined came with real cameras and started taking more pictures. Maybe 15 minutes later the cops returned. This time, they spoke to people on both sides, and told the panther not designated to watch the polls to leave, which he did without argument.
"There was no fight, nothing," she says.
Fox News arrived on the scene at around that time and started interviewing people near the entrance. The building manager asked the Fox reporter to leave, she says, and he moved further from the entrance.
"That's where things now stand. "There has been no fighting, no voter intimidation at all," she said.